Jorge Campillo wins in Kenya, Julien Brun in the top 10

Jorge Campillo wins in Kenya, Julien Brun in the top 10

Saturday night leader, Jorge Campillo stayed the course. With 6 birdies and 1 bogey, the Spaniard recorded a score of 66 and won the Magical Kenya Open on Sunday (-18 total). This is his third victory on the European Tour, the first since 2020. Thanks to a final birdie at hole number 18, Masahiro Kawamura finished the course with 66 shots (5 other birdies, 1 bogey) and finished 2nd (- 16). The podium is completed by a duo composed of Ryo Hisatune and Tarrio Santiago, at -15. The Japanese and the Spaniard respectively returned cards of 65 (7 birdies, 1 bogey) and 66 (6 birdies, 1 bogey).

Julien Brun only improved his card throughout the tournament. The French successively finished the course in 70, 68, 67, and finally 66 shots on Sunday thanks to 6 birdies and 1 bogey. With this fine performance, he ranks 7th (-13 total) alongside Ashley Chesters, Jayden Schaper and Robert MacIntyre. Second Saturday, the Scot was less lively this Sunday (2 birdies, 1 bogey).

Another Frenchman in the top 15

Just behind, two players are in 5th place (-14). We find the Austrian Lukas Nemecz and the Spaniard Borja Virto. For his part, Pierre Pineau takes 15th position (-11) thanks to a last card of 67 (8 birdies, 4 bogeys). Among the other Frenchmen, Romain Langasque ranks 25th (-9), Tom Vaillant, in the par on Saturday, grabs 35th place (-7), Adrien Saddier is 47th (-5), Robin Sciot-Siegrist climbs just above above par in 65th place (-1) and Gary Stal finishes 77th (+4).

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