23rd May 2013 | Alps Tour Golf

Scott Henry fired -4 at Wentworth

While Peguria Open has been delayed for more than 6 hours due to heavy rain, Scott Henry, 2011 AlpsTour graduated, scored -4 during opening round at BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth.

Scott Henry and Nick Dye (c) Agathe Séron

The Alps Tour is proud of its rising stars. Once again, one of our former graduates performed well on the European Tour. Scott Henry, who only entered the BMW PGA Championship on Monday as he was on the reserve list, signed for a very solid four-under 68 to be two shots behind the clubhouse leader.

“I was very nervous this morning when I teed off. Well, that’s not the exact word, maybe more excited to be here. But it was so cold this morning. It is such a big event. I started with bogey but then my putting and chipping were great. I holed about 15 meters on the second for birdie. Then I played solid.”

Scott discovered what it is like to shoot low on the European Tour when a pack of journalists was waiting for him in the interview area. He first spoke to Sky Sports, then to Nick Dye,” THE” radio reporter on the European Tour, then the young Scot was surrounded by experienced writers before he gave his final interview to the BBC. What progress in two years since his maiden win at the Gösser Open!

Henry warned the journalists there were still three rounds to play but he said he was very happy with his performance. All the Alps Tour staff and players wish him all the best for the coming days.

From Wentworth
Agathe Séron

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