Renato Paratore, Italy, has his maiden European Tour win at the Nordea Masters at Barsebäck Golf and Country Club in Sweden,
Renato finished with a last round -3 under par 70 to collect his Maiden European Tour win at the Nordea Masters with a -11 under par total, and a one shot victory.
Renato made par on the last three holes, with three very good putts;
“It feels really amazing right now, I’m very happy.”
“This win means a lot and also to win at a nice tournament like this is very good for me. I feel really great. The first win, I will remember my entire life.
“It feels amazing to be in the winner’s circle with Italians like the Molinaris, Manassero and Rocca.”
“I was one behind the leader so I thought if I played well I could win. In these tough conditions I kept a good attitude until the end.”
“The eighth and the ninth got me back in contention with two birdies, that was a key moment, and the last three holes I managed three very good putts.”
“The last three holes were very good.”
Tied in second place were Chris Wood, a disappointing -1 under 72 today, and Mathew Fitzpatrick with a charging final round of -5 under 68, both players from England had -10 under par totals.
Low round of the day went to George Coetzee, South Africa, -7 under par 66, he finished tied in fourth place with Thorbjørn Olesen, Denmark at -9 under par.