Adrian Meronk wins Horizon Irish Open at Mount Juliet

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Adrian Meronk wins 2022 Horizon Irish Open at Mount Juliet. Credit score: @DP Global Excursion.

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Adrian Meronk has received the 2022 Horizon Irish Open at Mount Juliet in Kilkenny.

Meronk, in his sixty fifth DP Global Excursion match, is the primary participant from Poland to win at the Excursion.

A last spherical of 66 gave him a 3 shot victory over opening day chief Ryan Fox of New Zealand, with Thriston Lawrence of South Africa an extra shot again in 3rd.

Fox had posted the clubhouse lead with a last spherical 64 however Meronk ensured his victory with an eagle at the par 5 17th hollow.

Meronk’s spherical integrated 5 birdies and an eagle whilst Fox had posted the spherical of the day with an 8 beneath par rating which integrated seven birdies and an eagle. Fox’s double bogey at the ultimate hollow on the other hand left the door open for Meronk who was once taking part in a couple of teams in the back of him.

Every other first for Meronk

Meronk is used to attaining firsts in his quick profession to this point: he turned into the primary participant from Poland to protected a DP Global Excursion card when he graduated following a 2019 Problem Excursion marketing campaign that integrated ten best ten finishes; he was once the primary male Polish participant to compete in golfing’s 4 Main Championships when he certified for the 2021 U.S. Open; he was once the primary Polish participant to win at the Eu Problem Excursion when he received the 2019 Open de Portugal at Morgado Golfing Hotel.

Lately’s Horizon Irish Open win will see him transfer to 6th at the DP Global Excursion Scores and may just transfer as prime as 61st within the Legitimate Global Golfing Rating – a career-best – when they're up to date.

Shane Lowry ended the 2020 Horizon Irish Open because the main Irish participant. The Offaly guy carded a last spherical 67 for a 5 beneath par spherical, leaving him in 9th position on -9, 8 pictures in the back of the winner.

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