15th May 2011 | Alps Tour Golf
Jason Barnes water saved
Jason Barnes was the best today against Mother Nature. He shot 73 on over par to win by 3 shots over France’s Guillaume Cambis. Barnes celebrated his second win on Alps Tour after Acaya Open title in 2010. Guillaume Cambis has just turned pro end of last year after Q school. He is beeing playing well for 2 weeks now after he changed his routine during Challenge Tour in Paris thanks to french coach Patrick Talon. Scotland’s Scott Henry did not succeeded in keeping his level of golf under the rain. He signed for 74 and grabbed third place.
It was an awful day in the sky of Putj in Slovenia. Rain started early in the morning to be the unexpected guest for last round. Scores were very high today and only 3 players out of 45 shot under par. Among them, Swiss Martin Rominger who scored 68 to finished 6th tie with France’s Olivier Serres. England’s Jamie Abbott and Nederland’s Sven Maurits shot 69 and 70 for 4th place tie. Alps Tour leader, England’s Chris Paisley keeps his leadership and huge margin of about 6200 points. Jason Barnes and Guillaume Cambis enter Top 5.