Top Portuguese: 24 years old Portuguese professional golf player João Ramos was among the best finishers in a competition of Portugal Pro Golf Tour. He stood in top four in the fifth edition of Palmares Classic in the Palmares golf course with the score of 140 shots aggregate of 2 days where he finished one over and 5 under, 73 + 67 strokes respectively. Out of total prize cash; €10,000, João Ramos’s share was €650.
After the second round, he expressed: “Yesterday I had played well yet botched a few chances. Today I played better and on a blustery day, to make 5 strokes under Par, it’s great. I’m upbeat, I hit enough greens and I made great putts”.
The Oitavos Dunes golf course professional in Cascais had been runner up at the San Lorenzo Classic in Quinta do Lago in December, he finished 3rd in the very second Palmares Classic competition and he stood sixth in the first edition of Penina Classic Golf Championship, along these lines, presently has four top 10 finishes in the time of only two months. These achievements solidified his situation among the best ten pro golfer of Portugal Pro Golf Tour’s ranking.
João Ramos is the champ for a long time of an Algarve Pro Golf Tour tournament, and he feels that soon he is going to lift his first trophy at the Portugal Pro Golf Tour which is a satellite circuit managed by Portugal’s Professional Golf Association, the British Jamega Pro Golf Tour and the Portuguese Golf Federation.
After a practice round where he scored eight birdies and an eagle, Ramos said confidently: ”It was not this one but rather it will be another”. “It’s always great to have good players here with us,” he included, alluding to the nature of the list of the members, which comprised of 53 players, most notably Luca Cianchetti a former European Champion, who completed number eighth in the competition with the score of 141 stokes; 3 under par.
Gian-Marco won the 5th Palmares Classes Championship with his nice score of 6 under par aggregate for 2 days. His 2 rounds finishes of 68 and 70 stokes were well enough for a victory stand. He earned €2000 cash for this winning performance.
Gian-Macro is a 21-year-old Englishman who was playing his first European Tour as a professional as he turned pro a few months ago. He has gained a good appraisal from Octagon Golf; A famous and well-ranked golf care organization.
Although Gian started last round with a triple-bogey, he won the tournament with the lead of 1 stroke from the Sam Connor who is also his countryman. It was the first professional win of Gian which earned him a considerable cash amount of €1,300 along with a trophy.