Adrian Otaegui emerged victorious at the inaugural Belgian Knockout in Antwerp on Sunday

 

  • Adrian Otaegui beat Benjamin Hebert by two shots¬†at¬†Rinkven International Golf Club to emerge victorious during Sunday’s final
  • The Spaniard achieved this after recording four birdies from the last six holes
  • David Drysdale beat James Heath by a shot in the third/fourth place play-off

Spain’s Adrian Otaegui claimed his second European Tour title with victory over France’s Benjamin Hebert in the final of the inaugural Belgian Knockout in Antwerp.

Otaegui, who won the Paul Lawrie Match Play event last year, birdied four of the last six holes to beat Hebert by two shots at Rinkven International Golf Club.

Scotland’s David Drysdale, who had earlier lost to Otaegui in the semi-finals, beat England’s James Heath by a shot in the third/fourth place play-off.

Adrian Otaegui emerged victorious at the inaugural Belgian Knockout in Antwerp on Sunday
Adrian Otaegui emerged victorious at the inaugural Belgian Knockout in Antwerp on Sunday

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