Esposito and Arrizabaleta in the Spanish Open

Esposito and Arrizabaleta in the Spanish Open


Golfers Hugo Esposito and Alvaro Arrizabaleta will play the ACCIONA Men’s Spanish Open 2022 between October 6 and 9 at the Villa de Madrid Country Club after taking the tickets to the Spanish pros who were in contention last weekend. National Golf Center.

Both Esposito and Arrizabaleta finished with two high-scoring rounds of 65 (-7) and 66 (-6), respectively, helping them make their debut on the DP World Tour, the European circuit.

Hugo Esposito was the best of the day in the first relay. He birdied between 3 and 10, making just one bogey all day except for hole 7 on 15.

Hugo Eposito and Alvaro Arrizabaleta, statements

“I am a normal player, I have not done anything unusual either in my amateur life or now as a professional.

Those of us who are not ‘on top’ have to fight hard to get opportunities like this and now it comes to me,” Isocito told the Royal Spanish Golf Federation (RFEG). After qualifying, the playoffs began to decide the other. Victor Jimenez, Sergio Parrigo, Alvaro Hernandez, Jose Luis Adarraga. And the golfer playing the ACCIONA Open de España, who beat David Salguero and went to Alvaro Arrizabaleta.

The Colombian-born Spaniard recorded six birdies between 6 and 13. “I told myself I had to go for the bird and I did. I’m very happy, I haven’t competed in four months and I’m looking forward to it,” said Arrizabaleta.

Originally called the Spanish Open, it has been the main golf organization in Europe since 1972.4 The calendar of the PGA European Tour, except for 2017, is not organized. 3 is one of the best in the world. And it is the third oldest Open on the continent, after the British Open and the Open de France.5 Frenchman Arnaud Massy was the first winner of the tournament, celebrating 72 holes played over two days at the Real Club Puerta de Hiro in Madrid. Among the historical champions are players like Arnold Palmer, Seve Ballesteros, Sergio Garcia, Bernhard Langer, Nick Faldo or John Rahm.

The most successful Ángel de la Torre of Córdoba held five tournaments between 1916 and 1925. The Spanish Open follows the traditional stroke play format in the men’s and women’s versions. Playing four times in four days.

The tournament is governed by the rules issued by the “Royal Spanish Golf Federation” and by its own rules issued by the governing committee. After all players have played half of the course, 36 holes are cut for two days, that is, players who have made more than certain scratch marks are eliminated.

A player who “passes the cut” has a minimum number of balls (including players tied with the player with the worst score). In its male version, the cut is tied at 65+ players. In the female version, only 60 players passed + tied.



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