Turin here we come
Article posted: 11 September 2012
It is a great course in Turin - with some good preparation and a bit of rest, I think it could be a decent tournament for me
Thirteen ISM golfers head to Turin this week for the BMW Italian Open, which takes place at Royal Park I Roveri.
Fredrik Andersson Hed, Matthew Baldwin, Gregory Bourdy, Daniel Denison, Richard Finch, Tommy Fleetwood, David Horsey, David Howell, Shiv Kapur, James Kingston, Joost Luiten, Romain Wattel and Chris Wood all tee up at the €1.5million event, which gets under way on Thursday.
"It is a great course in Turin and somewhere that I've done well in the past," said Wood. "With some good preparation and a bit of rest, I think it could be a decent tournament for me."
Nick Dougherty, Tyrone Ferreira, Charlie Ford, Chris Hanson, Alex Kaleka, Espen Kofstad, Chris Lloyd, Michael Lorenzo Vera, Ross McGowan, Matthew Nixon, Scott Pinckney, Peter Uihlein and Simon Wakefield take part in the Kazakhstan Open.
The tournament, which takes place at at Zhailjau Golf Resort, boasts the biggest prize fund of a regular Challenge Tour event at €400,000.
Jeev Milkha Singh returns from the wrist injury that has ruled him out of action since the USPGA Championship at the ANA Open, while Florentyna Parker and Christina Kim are in action at the Ricoh Women’s British Open.
Rika Batibasaga, James Robinson and Thomas Shadbolt are at Hunley Hotel and Golf Club for the final main-season event of the 2012 EuroPro Tour, the Sweetspot Masters.
Rhys Enoch is on the Jamega Tour at Bowood Golf & Country Club and Dodge Kemmer is at the Yeangder Championship.
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