Edgar Catherine wins Roissy from start to finish and without trembling

Dominant from day one Edgar Catherine logically prevailed this Saturday at the Golf International de Roissy and succeeds Adrien Pendariès on the list of winners of this PGA France tournament.

Not even afraid! Author of a fantastic last lap (64) last week in Italy, Edgar Catherine arrived north of Paris this Thursday with all the enthusiasm.

Even if he had narrowly missed the Alps Tour stage jump-off in PescaraThe 23-year-old from Aixa had achieved his second top 10 of the season on the satellite circuit and had gained confidence before this third edition of the Roissy Open.

Final foot to the ground!

By Friday Catherine had followed her 66 from the first day by a 71 with a bitter taste.

The reason ? A triple bogey difficult to swallow but that the young man ended up constantly digesting that he still had 2 strokes ahead of his main rivals. Sébastien Gros, Leonard Bem, Clément Poletti, Félix Mory, Damien Perrier and the Spanish Javier Sainz

Still in the lead at the start of the 3rd and final lap the winner of the Andalusian Alps in Septemberhis first tournament as a professional, he therefore did more than resist on Saturday.

Threatened by these 6 players in ambush, Edgar Catherine had to especially manage a slow start to the game. + 1 after 4 holes he was able to find the resources to irresistibly take off on the round.

The Provençal signed an impressive series of 6 birdies in 10 holes and finally won by 3 strokes!

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