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England?s Graeme Clark tops the Order Of Merit with a win at last weeks PGA Europro Tour event, collecting £12,000, the largest sum for tournaments in the main campaign, in the process.
He put together three solid rounds of 67, 66, and 70 to finish at 13-under par. His consisting scoring saw him placed inside the top 3 for each day of the competition, which was held at Faithlegg House GC in Ireland.
It was 22-year old Mark Laskey who led after the first round but a poor one-over par second round saw him loose his lead, in what is becoming an unfortunate habit. In the last event on the tour a second round 80 cost him the tournament. This time though he fought back with a 67 final round that included an eagle at the 10th to finish in second place.
Jason Kelly of Wentworth was a further shot back to finish 3rd. The highest placed Irishman was Colm Moriarty who was tied fourth. Brian McElhinney, winner of the previous event, had a disappointing week on home soil finishing in tied 48th.
The 4th event of the tour will be played at the Macdonald Cardrona Hotel GC in Scotland.
Faithlegg Final result
Graeme Clark (ENG) -13
Mark Laskey (WAL) -10
Jason Kelly (ENG) -9
Colm Moriarty (IRE) -8
Lawrence Dodd (ENG) -8
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