Writing sports, 23 abr. Australian Lucas Herbert won the ISPS Handa, a DP World Tour golf tournament (former European circuit) that takes place at the PGM Ishioka course in Omitama (Japan), after playing two playoff holes with Canadian Aaron Cockerill .
Both players finished the last day with 265 shots, 15 under par, and had to decide the title with a face to face on the 18th hole. Both got the par 4 of the hole at the first opportunity, so they returned to the ‘tee’ out and the second, Herbert made ‘birdie’ that Cockerill could not match.
It is the third European title for the Australian golfer after the Omega Dubai Desert Classic 2020 and the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open 2021.
The third position went to the Scotsman Calum Hill with 266 impacts.
The Spaniard Jorge Campillo finished in ninth position with 270 strokes, while Rafa Cabrera, who had maintained a great regularity in the three previous days and had remained in the top 10 of the classification, fell to twenty-third place after a card. with 74 strokes in the last tour.
Ángel Hidalgo finished in 61st place with 278 strokes, 13 behind the first classified. EFE