19th October 2013 | Alps Tour Golf

España four clear in France

Edouard España (c) Agathe Séron

France’s Edouard España confirmed his good form and will be in contention to grab his second title of the season. Making the cut of the Masters 13, he secured his spot in the Top 5 but with a win he could climb in the ranking and make it swing.

“Today was a good, I sticked to the mental plan I elaborated at the beginning of the week. I staid very calm, patient. A great day reference to the means, and the results was ok. But I am really happy about my behaviour because it was a long day. We have been waiting a lot and we had to stay focus.”
The wind was back on Pont Royal Golf Course and it took players a while to adapt.

“As it was more windy today, I struggled a bit with distances to the greens so I played safe part of them. My driving was as well less accurate but I managed though to catch fairways. The course is very demanding, tricks are everywhere and there is no moment to relax.”

“To deal with 4 rounds is very interesting and I consider that to be able to win after 72 holes is a real test.”

“I need to be in kind of stress to putt myself in a bubble and only think about being focus. Main difference between competition in amateur events and pro’s ones is that during amateur season, you only have one event a month, so you give everything on this tournament. During the pro season, you have so many events that you can allow yourself not to be sharp one week. This week, I have no choice and I like it.”

The battle for España tomorrow will be against compatriot Frédéric Abadie, 4 shots behind and Italy’s Joon Kim, two strokes more back. But Mother Nature is expected to be tough on players as well. Rain and srong gusts of wind are forecasted, 30 to 40 km per hour.

From Pont Royal
Agathe Séron

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