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Antonio Llerena achieves the bronze in the Madrid Open of Adapted Golf

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the player of the Golf Federation of the Valencian Community He stands out in every tournament he plays. Llerena again evidenced what we say by achieving the bronze in the Daikin Madrid Open Scratch of Adapted Golf disputed in El Encín.

The third position of the FGCV player leaves a very good taste in the mouth since they participated in the Madrid tournament the best adapted players from up to ten different countries.

Antonio Llerena He achieved the third position after certifying two laps of 79 and 76 hits. The one from Castellón was not alone. Also in El Encín, Luis Mateu, President of the FGCV Adapted Golf CommitteeHCP finished in third place in the third category with laps of 68 and 72, just one shot behind the champion.

Also in this categoryFrancisco Llansola managed to reap a meritorious eighth place while John Sylvester he was sixteenth. Already in fifth category, Eva Meseguer, the only female representative for the Community, concluded in fourteenth place alone.

As we have said, the Daiking Madrid Open for Adapted Golf is the largest adapted golf tournament in Spain and has been valid for the World Ranking of Adapted Golf and the Ranking of the International Association of Blind Golfers.

Organized by the FGM Adapted Golf Committee with the support of the European Adapted Golf Association -EDGA-, and the Royal Spanish Golf Federation, the competition brought together almost a hundred players with different disabilities among which were Rasmun Lot, Manuel de Los Santos or the recent champion of the British Open for the blind, Alejandro de Miguel.

Men’s World Amateur Team Championship

On the other hand, Spain finished its passage through the Men’s Amateur World Team Championship «Eisenhower Trophy» 2022 located in a creditable fifth place, which equals the result achieved a couple of weeks ago by the women’s team also on French soil.

In the national team was the Valencian José Luis Ballester. Spain has never won this Men’s Absolute World Championship, but its results in recent editions make it a rival to always keep in mind.