Austria's Wiesberger wins Ballantine's Championship

Updated: 29 April 2012 12:55 IST

Bernd Wiesberger of Austria shot a four-under 68 to secure his maiden European Tour victory with a five stroke win at the Ballantine's Championship on Sunday.

Seoul:

Bernd Wiesberger of Austria shot a four-under 68 to secure his maiden European Tour victory with a five stroke win at the Ballantine's Championship on Sunday.

The 26-year-old Wiesberger made four birdies on his way to claiming the win to become only the third Austrian to win on the European Tour after Markus Brier and Martin Wiegele.

Wiesberger finished at 18 under par, five strokes ahead of Richie Ramsay of Scotland, who shot a 65 to equal the course record.

Victor Dubuisson, who had led after the first round, finished third alongside Australian Marcus Fraser.

Wiesberger went 55 holes without dropping a shot during the tournament, after making a double-bogey on the thirteenth par three in his first round.

Topics : Golf
Related Articles
Tiger Woods Appears Unsteady, Disoriented In Police Dash-Cam Video Of DUI Arrest
Tiger Woods Appears Unsteady, Disoriented In Police Dash-Cam Video Of DUI Arrest
Tiger Woods Was Asleep At Wheel, Passed Breath Test: Police
Tiger Woods Was Asleep At Wheel, Passed Breath Test: Police
Tiger Woods Sorry After Arrest, Says Alcohol Not Involved
Tiger Woods Sorry After Arrest, Says Alcohol Not Involved
Show Comments
Advertisement