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European Team Championships Day One Wrap-Up

European Amateur Team Championship (Diamond CC, Austria)

Standings after Day 1:

  1. 1)    England 358 (-2)
  2. 2)    Norway 360 (Par)
  3. 3)    Sweden 361 (+1)


England leads the European Amateur Team Championship after the first of two stroke play qualifying days. Their five lowest stroke play scores leave them as the only team under par. Gianluca Petrozzi shot England’s lowest score of the day, a two-under par 70, which included two eagles in the first four holes.


Italy, defending champions, Scotland, Spain, Denmark and France, who are placed fifth to ninth respectively, are separated by three shots.


Germany, Czech Republic, Iceland, Austria, Belgium and Switzerland, in 11th to 16th place respectively, sit nine strokes and more behind the final flight A qualifying place.



European Ladies’ Team Championship (Montado Golf Resort, Portugal)

Standings after Day 1:

  1. 1)    Sweden 350 (-10)
  2. 2)    England 351 (-9)
  3. 3)    Italy 352 (-8)


Linnea Johansson and Linnea Strom, from Sweden, both a bogey-free 67 (-5) to help their team top the leaderboard of the European Ladies’ Team Championship after day one. Defending champions, England, sit just one stroke behind. 


The low round of the day came from Dutch player, Dewi Weber, who shot a six-under par 66 that included seven birdies. Germany, Netherlands and Norway, fourth to sixth place respectively, all also finished the day under par. 


Spain, Belgium, Denmark, Switzerland, Scotland and Ireland, who are eighth to 12th place respectively, are all separated by six shots going in to the second day of qualifying. 


Anna Sólveig Snorradóttir, playing for Team Iceland had a hole-in-one on the third hole! Her team is in 18th place. 



European Boys’ Amateur Team Championship (La Manga Club, Spain)

Standings after Day 1:

  1. 1)    Spain 356 (-9)
  2. 2)    Sweden 362 (-3)
  3. 3)    England 365 (Par)


Spain lead the qualifying after day one of the European Boys’ Team Championship. The low rounds of the day came from Toby Briggs (England) and Falko Hanisch (Germany), who both shot a five-under par 68. 


Ireland, Netherlands, Finland, Czech Republic, Norway and Austria, eighth to 13th place respectively, are separated by six shots.


European Girls’ Team Championship (St. Laurence Golf, Finland)

Standings after Day 1:

  1. 1)    Sweden 353 (-7)
  2. 2)    England 356 (-4)
  3. 3)    Italy 358 (-2)


Grant Linn, from Sweden shot a four-under par 68 to help her team lead after the first day of qualifying. England’s Hollie Muse bettered this score by one stroke to shoot the lowest round of the day and help her team to second place. Italy sit in third place and are the only other team under par at the end of day one. 


Denmark, Germany, Norway, Czech Republic, Scotland and Switzerland (8th to 13th place respectively) are separated by three shots with one more day of stroke play qualifying remaining.



The top eight teams in each team championship after the second day of stroke play will qualify for Flight A in the match play stage. Three days of match play will then determine the medallists.


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