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Rocco Forte Sicilian Open 2018

DATES: May 10-13
SITE: Verdura Golf Club, Agrigento, Sicily, Italy
PRIZE MONEY:1,000,000

Round 4 - Joakim Lagergren claims maiden title in Sicilian Open

May 13, 2018

Joakim Lagergren claimed his maiden European Tour title in dramatic fashion at the Rocco Forte Sicilian Open defeating Mike Lorenzo-Vera in a play-off at Verdura Golf Club.

Lagergren's closing 68 got him to 16 under alongside Lorenzo-Vera - who signed for a 70 - and one shot clear of England's Andy Sullivan and Australian Lucas Herbert, who matched the lowest round of the week with a 63.

Joakim Lagergren claims maiden title in Sicilian Open, © Getty Images

"I've been waiting for this moment my whole career. I'm so relieved and I'm so happy at the moment, I can't describe it in words. I've just been fighting so hard to get to here, it's just awesome."

"When you're just missing out a few times you really want to get that first win and it feels like you really need to get over that first step to then really continue and get more and more. This is a big step for me, I've taken the first one now, I'll rock on from here.

The Swede entered Sunday two shots behind Frenchman Lorenzo-Vera but that was his advantage at the turn as he made four birdies in his first nine holes on the Sicilian coast.

He came home in 36 to allow Lorenzo-Vera back into the contest but a wonderful approach to eight feet set up a birdie on the first extra hole and handed him victory.

"I felt calm all day. I played really good golf, I played well the back nine. I didn't make any birdies, I didn't hole those putts that I needed to make but I still felt like I was in control of my game, I just needed some putts to drop."

"I'm so happy, relieved, emotional all at the same time. I started off really good, holed a few really good long putts on the first six holes so that was nice to come out of the blocks really good. I felt that my game was in good shape. I was covering the pin all the time, I just didn't have the distance control all the time with the approach shots but I made up for that with some good putts. It was nice to pass Mike that early in the round."

"I was still eager to win it, we're tied going into the last hole. I hit a really bad drive there and had to hit a five iron as hard as I could to get it close. It didn't really go all the way but a four made it into the play-off."

Lagergren's triumph makes him the second first-time Swedish winner in three weeks after Alexander Björk's victory at the Volvo China Open, and comes in his 131st European Tour appearance.

For Lorenzo-Vera, it is a second consecutive second-placed finish after he lost in the final at last week's GolfSixes alongside Romain Wattel.

"I'm not super happy, of course. What can I say? He made a birdie on the last and I didn't really have a chance. It was the kind of day where I was a bit far from the pins so it was hard to score low for me. He took his chance better than me."

"I was okay, still one shot behind with plenty of opportunities, that's the game. I gave it a go, I tried my best, he did it better than me. Now I'm just going to have to work more to be able to finish the job."

Dane Lucas Bjerregaard was then at 14 under, one shot ahead of Frenchman Julien Guerrier.

England's Steven Brown and home favourite Francesco Laporta were at 11 under, a shot clear of two more Italians in Edoardo Molinari and Andrea Pavan.

Simon Khan made the 16th hole-in-one of the season and the second in as many days on the 15th when he holed a seven iron from 182 yards.

Pos.
Player
Nat
To Par
R1
R2
R3
R4
Total
1
Joakim Lagergren
SWE
-16
71
66
63
68
268
2
Michael Lorenzo-Vera
FRA
-16
71
64
63
70
268
T3
Andy Sullivan
ENG
-15
67
72
65
65
269
T3
Lucas Herbert
AUS
-15
69
71
66
63
269

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Round 3 - Lorenzo-Vera takes 2-shot lead into final day

May 12, 2018

Mike Lorenzo-Vera fired a stunning 63 to take a two-shot lead into the final round of the Rocco Forte Sicilian Open.

The Frenchman produced a brilliant 64 in high winds on Friday at Verdura Golf Club and he went one better on a calm moving day to get to 15 under and lead the way from countryman Julien Guerrier and Swede Joakim Lagergren.

Lorenzo-Vera takes 2-shot lead into final day , © Getty Images

"I was actually impressed by Joakim at the start, I was like 'woah, he's fast' so I just tried to keep playing and keep the focus and not try to push too hard to try to get him. We spoke about that with my caddie on ten - maybe my round is coming soon and it happened one hole later."

"You have to be careful not to over play. You have to stay there, stick to the plan, stick to the shots and then seeing him just firing at the pins and holing the putts, if he continues like that he's going to play 20 under today. So I tried to keep my game in good shape."

"If I bring the good game, I can win for sure. If someone just doesn't go crazy and shoot ten under if it's good weather, I'll have a really good chance."

Lorenzo-Vera won the Challenge Tour in 2007 but last season was his best campaign on the European Tour as he finished 35th on the Race to Dubai Rankings presented by Rolex.

He finished in the top ten at the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters earlier this season and after playing some sparkling golf at last week's GolfSixes alongside Romain Wattel, he is in now in pole position to challenge for a first European Tour title.

Lagergren is also looking for win number one after matching Lorenzo-Vera's 63, as is Guerrier who signed for a 67 to finish at 13 under.

“I am a little bit disappointed because I finished with a bogey, but otherwise I saved a lot of pars, and I made an eagle on nine which was good and a birdie straight after on ten."

“The course looked completely different without wind. The strategy is different, you can see some low scores with two guys shooting eight under, so it is very nice because everybody can win tomorrow."

“I am very proud to make only one bogey in three rounds, it’s amazing, and I have to think of that and be happy. I am confident I am playing good, I don’t make a lot of mistakes, so I just fight and try and be in the best position tomorrow.” - Julien Guerrier

Dane Lucas Bjerregaard was then at 12 under, three shots clear of local favourite Andrea Pavan and England's Andy Sullivan. Pavan signed for a 66 with Sullivan going one better to sit a shot ahead of Englishman Ryan Evans and Italian Francesco Laporta.

Australian Lucas Herbert was seven under, a shot clear of England's Steven Brown and Finn Mikko Korhonen.

Meanwhile, Pontus Widegren made the 15th hole-in-one of the season as the Swede holed a six iron from 167 yards on the 15th.

Pos.
Player
Nat
To Par
R1
R2
R3
Total
1
Michael Lorenzo-Vera
FRA
-15
71
64
63
198
T2
Joakim Lagergren
SWE
-13
71
66
63
200
T2
Julien Guerrier
FRA
-13
68
65
67
200
4
Lucas Bjerregaard
DNK
-12
65
68
68
201
T5
Andrea Pavan
ITA
-9
72
66
66
204
T5
Andy Sullivan
ENG
-9
67
72
65
204
T7
Francesco Laporta
ITA
-8
69
69
67
205
T7
Ryan Evans
ENG
-8
65
69
71
205
9
Lucas Herbert
AUS
-7
69
71
66
206
T10
Mikko Korhonen
FIN
-6
70
69
68
207
T10
Steven Brown
ENG
-6
68
66
73
207

Round 2 - Lucas Bjerregaard & Julien Guerrier share halfway lead

May 11, 2018

Lucas Bjerregaard and Julien Guerrier share the halfway lead at the Rocco Forte Sicilian Open after another wild and windy day at Verdura Golf Club.

Dane Bjerregaard entered round two in a share of the lead but Frenchman Guerrier was the only player to stay bogey-free over two days as he carded a 65 to get to nine under.

Lucas Bjerregaard & Julien Guerrier share halfway lead, Lucas Bjerregaard, © Getty Images

Strong winds made it difficult for the afternoon starters but Bjerregaard produced some impressive golf after the turn to get to ten under before a bogey on the 16th dropped him back into a share of top spot after a 68.

“It feels good, it was a battle out there. It was tough, everything from hitting the fairway to five-foot putts are really tough so I'm very happy with my game today. I kept it in play pretty good, not too many hiccups, chipping and putting was alright."

"It feels like this is a place where a lot can happen, there's a lot of golf left but I'm gaining confidence every day I'm playing like this. It's not been great so far this year but I'm starting to play a bit better and I'm just taking it all in and gaining a lot of confidence. Hopefully I can keep doing that this week."

Guerrier regained his playing privileges via the Challenge Tour last season after graduating from the Qualifying School in 2009 and 2011 and is already on course for his best season on the European Tour.

“I come from La Rochelle, it’s very windy so I think it helped me a lot. I also won the British Amateur so I think I like the windy conditions but it’s just two rounds. There are two more rounds so the road is long."

His third-place finish at the NBO Oman Open was his best result since the 2014 Madeira Islands Open – Portugal – BPI and one of two top tens this season as he goes in search of a first European Tour victory.

Englishmen Steven Brown and Ryan Evans were then at eight under, just one shot clear of Frenchman Mike Lorenzo-Vera, who carded the lowest round of the week with a 64.

Swede Joakim Lagergren, who recently finished in a tie for third at the Trophée Hassan II, was five under for the day through nine holes after birdies on the 11th, 12th, 14th, 16th and 17th, while home favourites Francesco Laporta and Andrea Pavan were then at four under alongside English pair Paul Waring and Steve Webster.

Pos.
Player
Nat
To Par
R1
R2
Total
T1
Julien Guerrier
FRA
-9
68
65
133
T1
Lucas Bjerregaard
DNK
-9
65
68
133
T3
Ryan Evans
ENG
-8
65
69
134
T3
Steven Brown
ENG
-8
68
66
134
5
Michael Lorenzo-Vera
FRA
-7
71
64
135
6
Joakim Lagergren
SWE
-5
71
66
137
T7
Andrea Pavan
ITA
-4
72
66
138
T7
Francesco Laporta
ITA
-4
69
69
138
T7
Paul Waring
ENG
-4
70
68
138
T7
Steve Webster
ENG
-4
70
68
138

Round 1 - Bjerregaard & Evans tied for lead in Sicilian Open

May 10, 2018

Lucas Bjerregaard and Ryan Evans mastered the windy conditions at Verdura Golf Club to share the lead after round one of the Rocco Forte Sicilian Open.

Bjerregaard had set the target at six under in the morning and with high winds for the later starters in Italy, it looked like he would take a solo lead into Friday.

Bjerregaard & Evans tied for lead in Sicilian Open, Lucas Bjerregaard, © Getty Images

The Dane has missed five of his first seven cuts this season but finished sixth at the Volvo China Open last month and now feels his game is going in the right direction as he looks to add to his maiden European Tour title at last season's Portugal Masters.

“I haven’t played great this year but it feels like it’s coming back a little bit now. I played really well today. I had two good par saves on 17 and 18 that kept the round going but I just got a bit of momentum going in the end. It was a shame to finish off with a bogey, it would have been nice to finish off with a clean card but in these conditions, I’m quite happy with 65.

“There wasn’t much wind when we teed off but it didn’t take long for it to pick up. With the rough out there, it’s really tough as there are a few holes where you need to start the ball over the water and just hope the wind brings it back. It’s quite tough to even find your ball in the rough so it’s quite important to stay out of that." - Lucas Bjerregaard

Englishman Evans had other ideas, making four birdies to edge up the leaderboard and then eagling the par five ninth to join the Dane and lead the way by two shots from English trio Marcus Armitage, Daniel Brooks and Andy Sullivan, Brazilian Adilson da Silva and Spaniard Scott Fernandez at four under.

“Pretty pleased with that really. Bit unfortunate with the flight being delayed coming out of Heathrow on Tuesday so I didn’t get in until 10pm late Tuesday night, and then played a late practice round yesterday and didn’t play the whole way round so, I played great today so no complaints.

“I have played steady this year but nothing spectacular. I’ve said to a couple of friends at home that I haven’t really had that six, seven under start in a tournament, you know I am always scrapping sort of one under, two under and just making the cut and not really doing much on the weekend. So it feels great to put a low one in for the first round." - Ryan Evans

Da Silva was one of the few afternoon starters to get close to the lead, birdieing the 11th, 14th, 17th and second, with his only bogey coming at the sixth before he bounced back on the eighth.

South African Thomas Aiken, England's Steven Brown, Frenchmen Julien Guerrier and Sébastien Gros, Norway's Kristian Krogh Johannessen and South Korean Eunshin Park were then at three under.

Pos.
Player
Nat
Score
R1
T1
Lucas Bjerregaard
DNK
-6
65
T1
Ryan Evans
ENG
-6
65
T3
Adilson Da Silva
BRA
-4
67
T3
Andy Sullivan
ENG
-4
67
T3
Daniel Brooks
ENG
-4
67
T3
Marcus Armitage
ENG
-4
67
T3
Scott Fernandez
ESP
-4
67
T8
Eun-Shin Park
KOR
-3
68
T8
Julien Guerrier
FRA
-3
68
T8
Kristian Krogh Johannessen
NOR
-3
68
T8
Sebastien Gros
FRA
-3
68
T8
Steven Brown
ENG
-3
68
T8
Thomas Aiken
RSA
-3
68

Scores

Pos.
Player
Nat
To Par
R1
R2
R3
R4
Total
1
Joakim Lagergren
SWE
-16
71
66
63
68
268
2
Michael Lorenzo-Vera
FRA
-16
71
64
63
70
268
T3
Andy Sullivan
ENG
-15
67
72
65
65
269
T3
Lucas Herbert
AUS
-15
69
71
66
63
269
5
Lucas Bjerregaard
DNK
-14
65
68
68
69
270
6
Julien Guerrier
FRA
-13
68
65
67
71
271
T7
Francesco Laporta
ITA
-11
69
69
67
68
273
T7
Steven Brown
ENG
-11
68
66
73
66
273
T9
Andrea Pavan
ITA
-10
72
66
66
70
274
T9
Edoardo Molinari
ITA
-10
71
70
67
66
274
T11
Austin Connelly
CAN
-9
70
74
65
66
275
T11
Paul Waring
ENG
-9
70
68
70
67
275
T11
Ryan Evans
ENG
-9
65
69
71
70
275
T14
Eddie Pepperell
ENG
-8
72
69
69
66
276
T14
Jacques Kruyswijk
RSA
-8
72
68
68
68
276
T14
Jeff Winther
SWE
-8
71
74
65
66
276
T14
Pep Angles
ESP
-8
72
70
66
68
276
T14
Thomas Aiken
RSA
-8
68
71
70
67
276
T14
Tom Lewis
ENG
-8
71
71
67
67
276
T20
Jens Fahrbring
SWE
-6
74
68
67
69
278
T20
Lorenzo Gagli
ITA
-6
72
72
67
67
278
T20
Mark Tullo
CHL
-6
71
69
68
70
278
T20
Matteo Manassero
ITA
-6
72
73
68
65
278
T20
Matthias Schwab
AUT
-6
69
73
66
70
278
T20
Philipp Mejow
GER
-6
70
72
68
68
278
T26
Christiaan Bezuidenhout
RSA
-5
71
72
66
70
279
T26
Guido Migliozzi
ITA
-5
72
71
66
70
279
T26
Laurie Canter
ENG
-5
70
73
66
70
279
T26
Mikko Korhonen
FIN
-5
70
69
68
72
279
T26
Nick Cullen
AUS
-5
70
69
72
68
279
T26
Oliver Farr
WAL
-5
73
71
68
67
279
T26
Simon Khan
ENG
-5
74
71
67
67
279
T26
Steve Webster
ENG
-5
70
68
70
71
279
T34
Chase Koepka
USA
-4
72
69
71
68
280
T34
Eun-Shin Park
KOR
-4
68
73
67
72
280
T34
Justin Walters
RSA
-4
73
72
68
67
280
T34
Kristian Krogh Johannessen
NOR
-4
68
75
67
70
280
T34
Scott Fernandez
ESP
-4
67
73
72
68
280
T34
Tom Murray
ENG
-4
70
70
73
67
280
T34
Zander Lombard
RSA
-4
71
71
68
70
280
T41
Ben Stow
ENG
-3
71
70
72
68
281
T41
Haydn Porteous
RSA
-3
70
73
68
70
281
T41
Jbe Kruger
RSA
-3
72
70
69
70
281
T41
Marcus Armitage
ENG
-3
67
75
68
71
281
T41
Shiv Chawrasia
IND
-3
72
71
72
66
281
T41
Thomas Bjorn
DEN
-3
71
70
69
71
281
T41
Victor Perez
FRA
-3
73
70
70
68
281
T48
Daniel Brooks
ENG
-2
67
76
69
70
282
T48
Daniel Im
USA
-2
74
71
69
68
282
T48
Eirik Tage Johansen
NOR
-2
73
70
70
69
282
T48
Jens Dantorp
SWE
-2
71
72
71
68
282
T48
Matthew Nixon
ENG
-2
71
73
69
69
282
T48
Matthew Southgate
ENG
-2
72
71
71
68
282
T48
Sebastien Gros
FRA
-2
68
72
69
73
282
T55
Bernd Ritthammer
GER
-1
75
68
70
70
283
T55
Emilio Cuartero
ESP
-1
74
68
68
73
283
T55
Matthew Baldwin
ENG
-1
70
74
69
70
283
T58
Adilson Da Silva
BRA
Par
67
73
74
70
284
T58
Kalle Samooja
FIN
Par
71
74
71
68
284
T58
Lee Slattery
ENG
Par
71
72
70
71
284
T58
Matthew Millar
AUS
Par
72
73
69
70
284
T58
Oliver Lindell
FIN
Par
74
70
68
72
284
T63
Alexander Knappe
GER
1
71
74
70
70
285
T63
Christian Braeunig
GER
1
76
69
67
73
285
T63
Edoardo Raffaele Lipparelli
ITA
1
73
70
68
74
285
T63
Florian Fritsch
GER
1
74
71
70
70
285
T63
Richard Finch
ENG
1
69
76
69
71
285
T63
Tapio Pulkkanen
FIN
1
74
70
69
72
285
T63
Trevor Fisher Jnr
RSA
1
69
74
71
71
285
T70
Giovanni Manzoni
ITA
2
75
69
73
69
286
T70
Nathan Kimsey
ENG
2
71
72
72
71
286
T70
Nino Bertasio
ITA
2
74
68
74
70
286
T70
Pontus Widegren
SWE
2
73
71
71
71
286
74
Federico Maccario
ITA
4
76
69
73
70
288
T75
Gregory Bourdy
FRA
5
70
73
71
75
289
T75
Hugo Leon
CHI
5
70
74
72
73
289
CUT
Adrien Saddier
SCO
4
73
73
-
-
146
CUT
Ben Evans
ENG
4
75
71
-
-
146
CUT
David Howell
ENG
4
72
74
-
-
146
CUT
Felipe Aguilar
CHI
4
74
72
-
-
146
CUT
Filippo Bergamaschi
ITA
4
72
74
-
-
146
CUT
Jordan Zunic
AUS
4
73
73
-
-
146
CUT
Nico Geyger
CHI
4
73
73
-
-
146
CUT
Nicolai von Dellingshausen
GER
4
75
71
-
-
146
CUT
Pedro Oriol
ESP
4
72
74
-
-
146
CUT
Steven Tiley
ENG
4
77
69
-
-
146
CUT
Charlie Ford
ENG
5
71
76
-
-
147
CUT
Christopher Mivis
BEL
5
73
74
-
-
147
CUT
Connor Syme
SCO
5
74
73
-
-
147
CUT
David Drysdale
SCO
5
76
71
-
-
147
CUT
Duncan Stewart
SCO
5
74
73
-
-
147
CUT
James Heath
ENG
5
77
70
-
-
147
CUT
Jason Scrivener
AUS
5
76
71
-
-
147
CUT
Marcus Fraser
AUS
5
71
76
-
-
147
CUT
Richard McEvoy
ENG
5
73
74
-
-
147
CUT
Romain Langasque
FRA
5
72
75
-
-
147
CUT
Sebastian Garcia
ESP
5
78
69
-
-
147
CUT
Thomas Linard
FRA
5
77
70
-
-
147
CUT
Thorbjorn Olesen
DEN
5
74
73
-
-
147
CUT
Alfie Plant
ENG
6
73
75
-
-
148
CUT
Birgir Hafthorsson
ISL
6
72
76
-
-
148
CUT
David Horsey
ENG
6
72
76
-
-
148
CUT
Eduardo De La Riva
ESP
6
75
73
-
-
148
CUT
James Maw
ENG
6
78
70
-
-
148
CUT
Jonathan Thomson
ENG
6
75
73
-
-
148
CUT
Josh Geary
NZL
6
74
74
-
-
148
CUT
Maarten Lafeber
NED
6
77
71
-
-
148
CUT
Marcel Schneider
GER
6
76
72
-
-
148
CUT
Niclas Johansson
SWE
6
73
75
-
-
148
CUT
Oscar Serna
MEX
6
74
74
-
-
148
CUT
Philip Geerts
RSA
6
78
70
-
-
148
CUT
Ross McGowan
ENG
6
75
73
-
-
148
CUT
Ruaidhri McGee
IRL
6
77
71
-
-
148
CUT
Sam Horsfield
ENG
6
78
70
-
-
148
CUT
Yassine Touhami
MOR
6
76
72
-
-
148
CUT
Alvaro Quiros
ESP
7
79
70
-
-
149
CUT
Christofer Blomstrand
SWE
7
71
78
-
-
149
CUT
Estanislao Goya
ARG
7
77
72
-
-
149
CUT
Federico Zucchetti
ITA
7
73
76
-
-
149
CUT
Sebastian Heisele
GER
7
75
74
-
-
149
CUT
Alessandro Tadini
ITA
8
74
76
-
-
150
CUT
Ashton Turner
ENG
8
72
78
-
-
150
CUT
Bradley Dredge
WAL
8
77
73
-
-
150
CUT
James Morrison
ENG
8
75
75
-
-
150
CUT
Jazz Janewattananond
MAS
8
74
76
-
-
150
CUT
Joshua White
ENG
8
71
79
-
-
150
CUT
Mikael Lundberg
SWE
8
70
80
-
-
150
CUT
Nicholas Fung
MAL
8
69
81
-
-
150
CUT
Oliver Wilson
ENG
8
74
76
-
-
150
CUT
Ajeetesh Sandhu
IND
9
75
76
-
-
151
CUT
Andrea Saracino
ITA
9
74
77
-
-
151
CUT
Joel Sjoeholm
SWE
9
84
67
-
-
151
CUT
Joel Stalter
FRA
9
78
73
-
-
151
CUT
Johan Carlsson
SWE
9
82
69
-
-
151
CUT
Scott Vincent
ZIM
9
74
77
-
-
151
CUT
Christopher Doak
SCO
10
79
73
-
-
152
CUT
Enrico Di Nitto
ITA
10
78
74
-
-
152
CUT
Luca Cianchetti
ITA
10
75
77
-
-
152
CUT
Michele Ortolani
ITA
10
72
80
-
-
152
CUT
Pietro Bovari
ITA
10
77
75
-
-
152
CUT
Rak Cho
KOR
10
78
74
-
-
152
CUT
Bradley Neil
SCO
11
79
74
-
-
153
CUT
Carlos Del Moral
ESP
11
79
74
-
-
153
CUT
Jacopo Vecchi Fossa
ITA
11
75
78
-
-
153
CUT
Julien Quesne
FRA
11
77
76
-
-
153
CUT
Petr Gal Jr.
CZE
11
74
79
-
-
153
CUT
Jack Munro
AUS
12
76
78
-
-
154
CUT
Mark Foster
ENG
13
84
71
-
-
155
CUT
Andrea Romano
ITA
14
71
85
-
-
156
CUT
Michele Cea
ITA
14
77
79
-
-
156
CUT
Anthony Michael
RSA
15
78
79
-
-
157
CUT
Gianmarco Manfredi
ITA
15
81
76
-
-
157
CUT
Jarand Arnoey
NOR
20
78
84
-
-
162
CUT
Tom Foster
USA
23
85
80
-
-
165
RET
Henric Sturehed
SWE
Par
75
1
-
-
76
RET
Soren Kjeldsen
DEN
Par
73
-
-
-
73




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