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Belgian Knockout 2018

DATES: May 17-20
SITE: Rinkven International GC, Belgium
PRIZE MONEY: €1,000,000

Round 4 - Otaegui goes the distance in Belgian Knockout

May 20, 2018

Adrian Otaegui claimed the second European Tour of his career, and his second in 20 appearances, at the Belgian Knockout after the Spaniard sealed a two-stroke victory over Benjamin Hebert in the final of the innovative nine-hole stroke play knockout event.

“It was just a bit short," said Hebert. "Adrian is a very good player, especially in this kind of format. He already won one tournament in match play last year. But I did my best. I was a bit tired for the final but yeah, there is a lot of positive things to learn about this week and that's good.

“I played good. I think I played always under par in every game. Maybe my putting, I can work on that a little bit, but I worked a lot this week on this part of the game. It was good, especially for the semi-final because I earned a very important putt on the last. I'm quite happy.”

The 25 year old thrilled the huge Belgian crowds at Rinkven International Golf Club with four birdies in the space of five holes in the grand finale having fallen a shot behind on the second hole.

“I'm very happy, very relaxed now - the last nine holes against Ben though were very tight. I think we both played very good golf, and I'm just very proud about my week. I thank my caddie, Ian, as well. I’m just very happy," said Otaegui.

“He made a good birdie on the second, and then I was fairly lucky on four, because I hit my driver a little bit to the right and it didn't go into the water. It was in the hazard but it wasn't in the water, just two feet away. I played a super shot there to just one feet with an eight-iron. I think that was a very, very important shot. And then after, on the next holes, I played very well and gave myself a lot of birdie chances.

The Basque player levelled the match, however, as he picked up a shot at the fourth before a trio of consecutive birdies from the sixth moved him two shots clear of his French counterpart, who could only pick up a shot at the seventh hole.

A pair of pars at the last meant that Otaegui, whose last appearance at the Volvo China Open yielded a runner-up finish, moved to 14th place in the Race to Dubai and means that both of his victories have come in knockout formats having won last year’s Saltire Energy Paul Lawrie Match Play.

Scot David Drysdale claimed third place after triumphing in the third and fourth place play-off, beating Englishman James Heath, who can console himself with late qualification for a maiden appearance at next week’s BMW PGA Championship in his native Surrey.

Heath had earlier in the day knocked out the home favourite Nicolas Colsaerts in the quarter-final, but the former Ryder Cup player did pick up his best result of the season with a seventh-placed finish.

Final
Benjamin Hebert FRA
-1
-3
< Adrian Otaegui ESP
3rd/4th playoff
David Drysdale SCO >
-1
Par
James Heath ENG
Semifinal
James Heath ENG-2
-2
-3
< Benjamin Hebert FRA
Adrian Otaegui ESP >
-3
+1
David Drysdale SCO
Quarterfinal
James Heath ENG >
-3
-2
Nicolas Colsaerts BEL
Mike Lorenzo-Vera
Par
-1
< Benjamin Hebert FRA
Adrian Otaegui ESP >
-1
+1
Jorge Campillo ESP
David Drysdale SCO >
+2
+4
Victor Perez

Click here for final results & prize money

Round 3 - Colsaerts keeps Belgian dreams alive

May 19, 2018

Nicolas Colsaerts will carry the hopes of a nation into the final day of the Belgian Knockout after the former Ryder Cup star enthralled the huge home crowds with a superb display of poise and panache to progress through three matches of nine-hole stroke play and book his place in the quarter-finals.

It was a disappointing start to the day for the Belgian fans as they watched two of their brightest young stars fall at the first hurdle in the weekend head-to-head knockout matches, both Thomas Detry and Thomas Pieters losing out in the round of 64.

Colsaerts keeps Belgian dreams alive, © Getty Images

Colsaerts soon gave them something to cheer about though, as the 35 year old from nearby Brussels first overcame Scot Richie Ramsay, then battled back from a losing position to beat Italy’s Lorenzo Gagli, before an incredible eagle two at the par four seventh of the yellow course helped him to a convincing victory over Joachim B Hansen of Denmark in the last 16.

“It's pretty cool actually - I was curious to see how I was going to react to play in front of home crowds, but it certainly gives you a bit of a lift. I was kind of like, I'm not here to disappoint almost."

“It's not an easy format, which is actually good practice for me. You kind of have to keep the foot down wherever you are. It's all never too far from anybody unless you're really far out, but if you're one or two shots with a couple of holes, it's not done. It's actually quite an exciting format.”

The local favourite’s eight under par total through the 27 holes of his stroke-play match play rounds was the best of the day, while his 11 under aggregate score for the week is also the leading total for Belgium's first European Tour event in 18 years.

The seven others to qualify for the final day’s action were French trio Benjamin Hebert, Mike Lorenzo-Vera and Victor Perez, as well as Spanish duo Jorge Campillo and Adrian Oteagui, David Drysdale of Scotland and Englishman James Heath.

“I started bad," said Jorge Campillo. "I hit bad tee shot on ten and on 13, I lost my ball there. So it was tough. I missed a three-footer as well on 14. I still had a chance, even though I was three-over after five, but had three birdies in a row, and a great par on 18, so I'm proud of the way I finished.

“I'm looking forward it. The worst I'm going to finish is fifth now, so it's a good thing. Adrian is playing great. He's a great match-play player, so it will be a good match. I've been playing good all year, so hopefully I can come and play like the last five holes here tomorrow and win, and if not, next week hopefully.”

Player
Scores
Scores
Player
Josh Geary AUS
-1
-2
< David Drysdale SCO
Mike Lorenzo-Vera FRA >
Par
+3
Matthew Baldwin ENG
Benjamin Hebert FRA >
-1
+1
Stephen Gallacher SCO
Victor Perez FRA >
+1
+2
Oliver Fisher ENG
Matthew Southgate ENG
-2
-3
< Adrian Otaegui ESP
Nicolas Colsaerts BEL >
-3
Par
Joachin B. Hansen DEN
Jorge Campillo ESP >
Par
+1
Richard McEvoy ENG
Robert Karlsson
+2
+1
< James Heath ENG

Day 2 - Belgian players make cut & Jorge Campillo top seed heading into match play weekend

March 18, 2018

Home heroes Nicolas Colsaerts, Thomas Detry and Thomas Pieters all cruised into the weekend of the Belgian Knockout, when they will be among the 64 players battling it out in an exciting stroke play match play format.

Belgian players make cut & Jorge Campillo top seed heading into match play weekend, Nicolas Colsaerts, © Getty Images

Nicolas Colsaerts is happy with his and his compatriots' progress so far.

“It’s mission accomplished. The three of us have made it. I think there's four of us Belgians on the weekend. Let's hope that we get a good draw and none of us actually play against one another so we can maximize the chances to go far into this.

“It's amazing. You can see the amount of people that turned up yesterday and today. I see faces in the crowd that I haven't seen in 15 years, friends, people that I have played against in junior competitions and members from here, members of the Federation. It's great to see the enthusiasm of everyone in Belgium for this event.”

“I think it's going to be exciting," said Thomas Detry. I've never played this kind of format. It different, it's not match play, so it's not like, okay, I'm making five birdies and two doubles. You've actually got to play steady golf, so strategy will be important, so I'm looking forward to that. It's going to be interesting but I'm very comfortable for the weekend.”

Day Two at Rinkven International Golf Club came to a dramatic conclusion as an 11-man play-off took place to decide the final eight players to progress. Romain Wattel and Ryan Evans were the 63rd and 64th players to earn their berths in the weekend action with a bogey each on the third extra hole.

Jorge Campillo, one of the most in-form players on the European Tour with four top five finishes already this season, emerged as the top seed as the Spaniard boasted the 36-hole lead on eight under par following two 67s.

“I played a solid two rounds and hit a bunch of greens. I'm happy with both rounds. Today it was cold in the morning and it wasn't playing easy the first few holes. Conditions were similar."

“So it was playing easy. But this golf course, it doesn't play easy. It's a tricky course. It's a nice test. I wish it was a regular tournament in the position I am in right now, but it is what it is. It is better being on the top than on the bottom but you still have to win tomorrow."

Although the top 16 will enjoy a slight advantage with the luxury of knowing a draw in the opening match will see them progress to the next round, it really is all to play for at the weekend in Antwerp with every player in with a shout of claiming the title.

“I think everybody that makes the cut will have a chance to win and that's the exciting part about why we chose this format,” said Thomas Pieters.

The large home crowds at the beautiful tree-lined venue will be hoping one of their own can triumph and those chances remain strong, with Detry leading the Belgian charge courtesy of a six-under total for the regular stroke play stage, and Colsaerts and Pieters also through.

Pos.
Name
To Par
R1
R2
Total
1
CAMPILLO, Jorge
-8
67
67
134
2
HEATH, James
-7
68
67
135
3
DETRY, Thomas
-6
67
69
136
3
PEREZ, Victor
-6
69
67
136
3
WINTHER, Jeff
-6
67
69
136
3
PAPADATOS, Dimitrios
-6
69
67
136
3
KJELDSEN, Søren
-6
70
66
136
8
BALDWIN, Matthew
-5
67
70
137
8
OTAEGUI, Adrian
-5
69
68
137
8
GAGLI, Lorenzo
-5
69
68
137
8
CULLEN, Nick
-5
68
69
137
8
HEBERT, Benjamin
-5
68
69
137
8
GREEN, Gavin
-5
67
70
137
8
FRASER, Marcus
-5
70
67
137
8
GEYGER, Nico
-5
67
70
137
16
WALTERS, Justin
-4
70
68
138
16
JANEWATTANANOND, Jazz
-4
69
69
138
18
LINARD, Thomas
-3
69
70
139
18
HAVRET, Grégory
-3
72
67
139
18
FISHER, Oliver
-3
70
69
139
18
GEARY, Josh
-3
69
70
139
18
COLSAERTS, Nicolas
-3
68
71
139
18
LIPSKY, David
-3
71
68
139
24
PIETERS, Thomas
-2
73
67
140
24
SOUTHGATE, Matthew
-2
73
67
140
24
FARR, Oliver
-2
71
69
140
24
GALLACHER, Stephen
-2
71
69
140
24
PORTEOUS, Haydn
-2
71
69
140
24
LORENZO-VERA, Mike
-2
70
70
140
24
HANSEN, Joachim B.
-2
72
68
140
31
KIMSEY, Nathan
-1
71
70
141
31
CHO, Rak hyun
-1
71
70
141
31
DRYSDALE, David
-1
69
72
141
31
HORSFIELD, Sam
-1
68
73
141
31
MIVIS, Christopher
-1
71
70
141
31
HERBERT, Lucas
-1
69
72
141
31
FERNANDEZ, Scott
-1
72
69
141
31
BEZUIDENHOUT, Christiaan
-1
71
70
141
39
KIEFFER, Maximilian
Par
72
70
142
39
RAI, Aaron
Par
70
72
142
39
SCHNEIDER, Marcel
Par
72
70
142
39
DANTORP, Jens
Par
73
69
142
39
SMITH, Jordan
Par
70
72
142
39
GOYA, Estanislao
Par
72
70
142
39
KARLSSON, Robert
Par
71
71
142
39
MORRISON, James
Par
70
72
142
39
RAMSAY, Richie
Par
72
70
142
39
SCHWAB, Matthias
Par
70
72
142
39
STEWART, Duncan
Par
71
71
142
39
HANSEN, Anders
Par
72
70
142
39
BLAND, Adam
Par
70
72
142
39
ORIOL, Pedro
Par
71
71
142
39
LUITEN, Joost
Par
74
68
142
39
VAN ROOYEN, Erik
Par
69
73
142
39
SCIOT-SIEGRIST, Robin
Par
70
72
142
39
MCEVOY, Richard
Par
71
71
142
57
VINCENT, Scott
1
68
75
143
57
CANTER, Laurie
1
73
70
143
57
EVANS, Ryan
1
67
76
143
57
AGUILAR, Felipe
1
72
71
143
57
LEWIS, Tom
1
73
70
143
57
FAHRBRING, Jens
1
70
73
143
57
WATTEL, Romain
1
74
69
143
57
CHOI, Jinho
1
74
69
143

Day 1 - Seven-way tie for lead in Belgian Knockout

May 17, 2018

Thomas Detry gave the home crowds at the Belgian Knockout plenty to shout about as the promising local star birdied the final three holes to take a share of the first round lead at Rinkven International Golf Club.

The picturesque Antwerp venue, with its old-style design, proved an intriguing challenge for the stars of the European Tour on its Race to Dubai debut and seven people shared the lead heading into day two – the largest number of first round leaders in five years.

Seven-way tie for lead in Belgian Knockout, © Getty Images

Detry, playing in front of home crowds for the first time on the European Tour, certainly boosted his chances of being among the 64 players to make the weekend knockout matches after the 25 year old from nearby Brussels finished with a flourish for a 67.

“What can I say, my first round here in Belgium in front of home crowds, shooting four-under and finishing with three birdies like that, it doesn't get any better. The course was perfect, the greens were firm and fast, which was good. It got a little windy out there, as well, so we have to be careful on a few holes. I played some very good golf and I'm excited for the rest of the week."

“(Thomas) Pieters was playing behind me, so a lot of people were following him, but it's just awesome to see some familiar faces, friends from home, everybody out here supporting. It's just great for golf in Belgium and great for me.”

Also among the players tied at the top is in-form Spaniard Jorge Campillo - who has more top five finishes than any other player this season (four) but is yet to win on the European Tour - while another home favourite, Nicolas Colsaerts, is a shot off the pace after a three under opening 68. Tournament host Thomas Pieters, meanwhile, opened with a disappointing 73.

“I didn't play that bad. I just didn't make anything on the greens. But seeing all my friends out there made it fun and enjoyable.

“I think the first nine is a bit tougher, just because fairways are a bit more fiddly and narrow, and on the back nine, the greens were a bit bumpy. But you're always going to get that - 144 players are going to walk on them before you but if I make a couple putts in the morning, I'll be fine” said Pieters.

Pos.
Player
Nat.
To Par
R1
1
Matthew Baldwin
ENG
-4
67
1
Thomas Detry
BEL
-4
67
1
Jorge Campillo
ESP
-4
67
1
Ryan Evans
ENG
-4
67
1
Jeff Winther
DEN
-4
67
1
Gavin Green
MYS
-4
67
1
Nico Geyger
CHI
-4
67
8
Scott Vincent
ZIM
-3
68
8
Nick Cullen
AUS
-3
68
8
Benjamin Hebert
FRA
-3
68
8
Sam Horsfield
ENG
-3
68
8
Ncolas Colsaerts
BEL
-3
68
8
James Heath
ENG
-3
68

 

Scores

Pos.
Name
Country
To Par
R1
R2
R3
R4
R5
R6
Total
Official Prize Money
1
OTAEGUI Adrian
ESP
-5
69
68
0
0
0
0
137
€ 166,660
2
HEBERT Benjamin
FRA
-5
68
69
0
0
0
0
137
€ 111,110
3
DRYSDALE David
SCO
-1
69
72
0
0
0
0
141
€ 62,600
4
HEATH James
ENG
-7
68
67
0
0
0
0
135
€ 50,000
5
CAMPILLO Jorge
ESP
-8
67
67
0
0
0
0
134
€ 42,400
6
PEREZ Victor
FRA
-6
69
67
0
0
0
0
136
€ 35,000
7
COLSAERTS Nicolas
BEL
-3
68
71
0
0
0
0
139
€ 30,000
8
LORENZO-VERA Mike
FRA
-2
70
70
0
0
0
0
140
€ 25,000
9
BALDWIN Matthew
ENG
-5
67
70
0
0
0
0
137
€ 22,400
10
FISHER Oliver
ENG
-3
70
69
0
0
0
0
139
€ 19,200
10
GEARY Josh
NZL
-3
69
70
0
0
0
0
139
€ 19,200
12
GALLACHER Stephen
SCO
-2
71
69
0
0
0
0
140
€ 16,200
12
HANSEN Joachim B.
DEN
-2
72
68
0
0
0
0
140
€ 16,200
12
SOUTHGATE Matthew
ENG
-2
73
67
0
0
0
0
140
€ 16,200
15
KARLSSON Robert
SWE
0
71
71
0
0
0
0
142
€ 14,400
15
MCEVOY Richard
ENG
0
71
71
0
0
0
0
142
€ 14,400
17
KJELDSEN Søren
DEN
-6
70
66
0
0
0
0
136
€ 12,933
17
PAPADATOS Dimitrios
AUS
-6
69
67
0
0
0
0
136
€ 12,933
17
WINTHER Jeff
DEN
-6
67
69
0
0
0
0
136
€ 12,933
20
GAGLI Lorenzo
ITA
-5
69
68
0
0
0
0
137
€ 11,800
20
GEYGER Nico
CHI
-5
67
70
0
0
0
0
137
€ 11,800
22
WALTERS Justin
RSA
-4
70
68
0
0
0
0
138
€ 11,300
23
LINARD Thomas
FRA
-3
69
70
0
0
0
0
139
€ 10,850
23
LIPSKY David
USA
-3
71
68
0
0
0
0
139
€ 10,850
25
FARR Oliver
WAL
-2
71
69
0
0
0
0
140
€ 10,400
26
BEZUIDENHOUT Christiaan
RSA
-1
71
70
0
0
0
0
141
€ 9,950
26
FERNANDEZ Scott
ESP
-1
72
69
0
0
0
0
141
€ 9,950
28
BLAND Adam
AUS
0
70
72
0
0
0
0
142
€ 9,200
28
KIEFFER Maximilian
GER
0
72
70
0
0
0
0
142
€ 9,200
28
SCHWAB Matthias
AUT
0
70
72
0
0
0
0
142
€ 9,200
31
CANTER Laurie
ENG
1
73
70
0
0
0
0
143
€ 8,450
31
CHOI Jinho
KOR
1
74
69
0
0
0
0
143
€ 8,450
33
DETRY Thomas
BEL
-6
67
69
0
0
0
0
136
€ 8,000
34
CULLEN Nick
AUS
-5
68
69
0
0
0
0
137
€ 7,500
34
FRASER Marcus
AUS
-5
70
67
0
0
0
0
137
€ 7,500
34
GREEN Gavin
MAS
-5
67
70
0
0
0
0
137
€ 7,500
37
JANEWATTANANOND Jazz
THA
-4
69
69
0
0
0
0
138
€ 7,100
38
HAVRET Grégory
FRA
-3
72
67
0
0
0
0
139
€ 6,900
39
PIETERS Thomas
BEL
-2
73
67
0
0
0
0
140
€ 6,600
39
PORTEOUS Haydn
RSA
-2
71
69
0
0
0
0
140
€ 6,600
41
CHO Rak hyun
KOR
-1
71
70
0
0
0
0
141
€ 5,900
41
HERBERT Lucas
AUS
-1
69
72
0
0
0
0
141
€ 5,900
41
HORSFIELD Sam
ENG
-1
68
73
0
0
0
0
141
€ 5,900
41
KIMSEY Nathan
ENG
-1
71
70
0
0
0
0
141
€ 5,900
41
MIVIS Christopher
BEL
-1
71
70
0
0
0
0
141
€ 5,900
46
DANTORP Jens
SWE
0
73
69
0
0
0
0
142
€ 4,108
46
GOYA Estanislao
ARG
0
72
70
0
0
0
0
142
€ 4,108
46
HANSEN Anders
DEN
0
72
70
0
0
0
0
142
€ 4,108
46
LUITEN Joost
NED
0
74
68
0
0
0
0
142
€ 4,108
46
MORRISON James
ENG
0
70
72
0
0
0
0
142
€ 4,108
46
ORIOL Pedro
ESP
0
71
71
0
0
0
0
142
€ 4,108
46
RAI Aaron
ENG
0
70
72
0
0
0
0
142
€ 4,108
46
RAMSAY Richie
SCO
0
72
70
0
0
0
0
142
€ 4,108
46
SCHNEIDER Marcel
GER
0
72
70
0
0
0
0
142
€ 4,108
46
SCIOT-SIEGRIST Robin
FRA
0
70
72
0
0
0
0
142
€ 4,108
46
SMITH Jordan
ENG
0
70
72
0
0
0
0
142
€ 4,108
46
STEWART Duncan
SCO
0
71
71
0
0
0
0
142
€ 4,108
46
VAN ROOYEN Erik
RSA
0
69
73
0
0
0
0
142
€ 4,108
59
AGUILAR Felipe
CHI
1
72
71
0
0
0
0
143
€ 2,650
59
EVANS Ryan
ENG
1
67
76
0
0
0
0
143
€ 2,650
59
FAHRBRING Jens
SWE
1
70
73
0
0
0
0
143
€ 2,650
59
LEWIS Tom
ENG
1
73
70
0
0
0
0
143
€ 2,650
59
VINCENT Scott
ZIM
1
68
75
0
0
0
0
143
€ 2,650
59
WATTEL Romain
FRA
1
74
69
0
0
0
0
143
€ 2,650
65
FOX Ryan
NZL
1
72
71
0
0
0
0
143
€ 2,200
65
SHINKWIN Callum
ENG
1
71
72
0
0
0
0
143
€ 2,200
65
ZUNIC Jordan
AUS
1
75
68
0
0
0
0
143
€ 2,200
68
JENSEN Lasse
DEN
2
72
72
0
0
0
0
144
€ 0
69
KHONGWATMAI Phachara
THA
2
72
72
0
0
0
0
144
€ 0
70
GOUVEIA Ricardo
POR
2
76
68
0
0
0
0
144
€ 0
71
WU Ashun
CHN
2
72
72
0
0
0
0
144
€ 0
72
BLOMSTRAND Christofer
SWE
2
73
71
0
0
0
0
144
€ 0
73
DECOTTIGNIES-LAFON Mathieu
FRA
2
72
72
0
0
0
0
144
€ 0
74
KOEPKA Chase
USA
2
73
71
0
0
0
0
144
€ 0
75
LANGASQUE Romain
FRA
2
70
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