Gianmaria Rean Trinchero winner of the 2023 Fred.Olsen Alps De La Gomera. Photo Credit: Alps Tour Golf/ Federico Capretti. 
15th July 2023 | Alps Tour Golf

Another 1st time winner on the Alps Tour! Gianmaria Rean Trinchero captures his 1st professional title at the 2023 Fred.Olsen Alps De La Gomera

Final Round Notes

Tecina Golf
La Gomera, Islas Canarias (Spain)
13th– 15th July 2023


   Pos.                 Name      Score
      1 Gianmaria Rean Trinchero (ITA) -19
      2 Alvaro Hernandez Cabezuela (ESP) -15
      3 Davey Porsius (NED) -13
Bob Geurts (NED) -13
      5 4 players tied at -12

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Another 1st time winner on the Alps Tour! Gianmaria Rean Trinchero captures his 1st professional title at the 2023 Fred.Olsen Alps De La Gomera

La Gomera, July 15th 2023- Italy’s Gianmaria Rean Trinchero wins his 1st professional event and becomes another 2023 Alps Tour 1st time winner at the 2023 Fred.Olsen Alps De La Gomera. He shot a fabulous 9 under-par final round to win by 4 strokes over Tenerife’s Alvaro Hernandez Cabezuela. In a two-way tie for 3rd place Dutch-duo: Davey Porsius and Bob Geurts.

The final round of the 2023 Fred.Olsen Alps De La Gomera played at the beautiful Tecina Golf in La Gomera began at 8:30 am and the leaders teed off at 9:52 am local time under sunny skies, a warm temperature and swirly windy conditions. This is the 4th edition of the 2023 Fred.Olsen Alps De La Gomera.

Final Round Player Quotes

Italy’s Gianmaria Rean Trinchero, 28 years old representing Golf Club Monticello, came from behind to vanquish his 1stprofessional win at the 2023 Fred.Olsen Alps De La Gomera. He shot an impressive 9 under-par, 62 in today’s final round to conclude with a three-day total of 19 under-par. He had a great start to his final round with 6 birdies in his first 7 holes of the day. Rean Trinchero has captured good results so far this season including a 2nd place finish at the 2023 Gösser Open but was looking to breakthrough and conquer his 1st professional victory. He’s been playing professional golf since 2020 and prior to his win, he was 16th in this season’s Alps Tour Order of Merit rank. After his win, Rean Trinchero’s first reactions were, “I began really well today. I played really well the front nine then I saw that I had a few shot margins between me and the player in 2nd place so I then tried to play less aggressively that’s why I made only 2 birdies on the back nine. I played extremely well and it makes it even more special and I’m very happy.” When asked about what it means to him to have captured his 1stprofessional win and became a 1st time winner on the Alps Tour, he added, “this win means a lot to me. I feel like I’ve been playing well and was 16th in the order of merit and needed to capture a win to try and be in the top 5 spots so it means a lot in this particular moment of the season. More importantly I’ve regained a good level of confidence in my game so I’m very happy about that also. I want to thank my parents, my coaches Giovanni Dassù and my putting coach Camilla Mazzola.”  Looking at the rest of the season, Rean Trinchero added that: “my season goals won’t change. I need another good finish in one of the next two events to be sure I can stay in the top 5 so another win would obviously be great but I’d be happy with a few good top 5 finishes.”

Alvaro Hernandez Cabezuela from Spain whos hometown is Tenerife was tied for the lead after two rounds, had a final round of 4 under-par for a three-day total of 15 under-par. He made 1 bogey and 5 birdies in his final round. He is 26 years old, turned professional in 2021 and this is his 3rd season on the Alps Tour. After he completed his last round, Hernandez Cabezuela was satisfied even though he came up short: “I played well but Gianmaria was unbeatable, on the front 9 I left some shots out there as I was only able to make 1 birdie and made a mistake on the 8th hole. Then I played really well on the back nine but I am happy overall because I feel I can win, my performance this week reflects that I am playing well and my time will come.”

The tournament ends with a two-way tie for 3rd place with a three-day score of 13 under-par, Dutch-duo: Davey Porsius and Bob Geurts. In a four-way tie for 5th place only 1 stroke back: Spain’s Quim Vidal, France’s Franck Medale, Ireland’s Ronan Mullarney and France’s Oihan Guillamoundeguy.

After the 11th tournament of the season, Netherland’s Kiet Van der Weele keeps the Alps Tour Order of Merit lead with Ireland’s Ronan Mullarney in 2nd place and England’s Jack Floydd in 3rd place. This week’s winner Italy’s Gianmaria Rean Trinchero, moved into 6th place.

Final Round

Gianmaria Rean Trinchero winner of the 2023 Fred.Olsen Alps De La Gomera earned the winning check of € 5.800,00 and 6,525 Order of Merit Points.

The next event on the schedule for the Alps Tour gets underway from July 27th until July 29th at Miglianico Golf & Country Club where the players will be competing for the 2023 Abruzzo Alps Open.


Tecina Golf and Hotel Jardín Tecina, host hotel of the tournament, are committed to sustainability and environmental preservation, which implies a harmonious integration between the golf course, the hotel and the surrounding plant and animal life.

In terms of waste management, the use of plastic has been eliminated as much as possible and digital processes have been adopted to reduce paper consumption. In addition, Tecina Golf has a wastewater treatment plant to ensure adequate and respectful treatment of the water used on the golf course. Hotel Jardín Tecina and Tecina Golf have managed to combine luxury and quality with a solid and respectful approach to the ecosystem, with minimal impact on the environment and local culture.

Tournament Promoter and Sponsors

The 2023 Fred.Olsen Alps De La Gomera is promoted and organized by JGolf.

The 2023 Fred.Olsen Alps De La Gomera can count on the support of the Fred.Olsen S.A., the Federación Canaria de Golf, the Real Federación Española de Golf, the Gobierno de Canarias, Promotur Turismo de Canarias, the Cabildo Insular de la GomeraKyocera and Nextcaddy.

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