Alex Levy from France wins the Trophée Hassan II tournament in Morocco.
Alex carded a final round -2 under par 70 to win the Trophée Hassan II with a -8 under total;
Alex wants to make the European Ryder Cup team, this win will help improve his chances;
“This feels so good, I’m a little bit tired now because it was really tough today but I did a really good job today.”
“For me, I played an amazing game. I’m so happy to win this trophy.”
“Like what I said from the start of the season, I need to improve my game, I need to work a lot. I worked a lot the last two days, two weeks, and I won this trophy.”
“So that’s helped me but step by step, it’s a good win but I need to go back to work because we can see we have a lot of good players in Europe.”
“So it will be tough to make it.”
Alvaro Quiros from Spain failed to make it a wire to wire win carding a disappointing even par 72 last round to finish one back at -7 under par in second place. Poor putting has been a worry;
“Second position is my best position for the last 11 months, so I can’t complain.”
“I was struggling a lot I would say tee-to-green today compared with the last three rounds and my putting, it’s been very poor lately.”
Four players tied in third place at -6 under, Alexander Björk, and Joakim Lagergren, from Sweden, and both -2 under 70 today, Mikko Ilonen, Finland, even par 72 and Andrea Pavan, Italy, with the low round of the day -6 under 66.