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Argentine Nelson Ledesma reached a meritorious seventh place, at the end of the Lecom Classic Golf Open
Argentine Nelson Ledesma reached a meritorious seventh place at the end of the Lecom Classic Golf Open, which was held in Lakewood Ranch, Florida, and corresponding to the Webcom circuit of the PGA Tour circuit.
The 28-year-old Tucuman player employed 69 strokes for the final round and closed his job with a cumulative of 272 (-16), to be 10 from the tip.
In the fourth round of the tournament, which dealt prizes for $550,000, Ledesma made an eagle (hole 6), six birdies, three bogeys and a double bogey (hole 2).
For his part, the Buenos Aires Andrés Gallegos descended 25 positions in the final wheel and finished in the 59 position, with a score of 283 hits (-5).
The Cordoba Angel Cabrera, winner of the 2007 United States Open and the 2009 Augusta Masters, had a frustrating weekend at Lakewood Ranch, without being able to circumvent the qualifying cut, after the first two days.
The champion was the American Mark Hubbard, with a record of 262 strokes (-26), escorted by compatriot Maverick McNealy, with 264 (-24).
Publication Date: 19/02/2019
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