Romain Wattel, from France, has his maiden European Tour win at the KLM Open in Holland.
Romain secured his first title the KLM Open with a final round -2 under par 69 giving him a winning total of -15 under par.
Romain said he had a change in fortune with the putter;
“It feels amazing to win for the first time, I am so happy right now.”
“I came to this tournament, I was playing poorly to be honest. Last week I struggled with my game.”
“I am happy with the way I played all week. It’s been a very nice weekend.”
“I’ve been putting really bad the last two years, I think I’m a really good putter but the last two years were tough for me.”
“I never thought about the score, I just tried to play my best. I was just trying to be as high as I could on the leaderboard but it was very tight. I just tried to play my own game.”
“I have been in contention before and while I had not won before I knew what I had to do; I knew what I had to expect and thankfully this time it was my week.”
Austin Connelly, from Canada, claimed second place, a fine finishing round of -5 under par 66 elevating him up the leaderboard with a -14 under par tournament total.
Tied in third place at -13 under par were Joël Stalter, -1 under 70 today Sebastian Heisele, -2 under 69, Eddie Pepperell, -6 under 65. Lee Westwood, -2 under 69, George Coetzee, -4 under 67 and Justin Walters, -4 under 67.
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