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Brendan Lawlor Claims Historic G4D Open At Woburn

Brendan Lawlor Claims Historic G4D Open At Woburn

Beginning the final round, it was World No.2, Brendan Lawlor, who began just ahead of World No.1, Kipp Popert, at the inaugural G4D Open, a tournament which saw 80 disabled male and female players compete across nine different categories.

It was set to be an enthralling final day and, after bogeys at his three opening holes, it was Lawlor who saw his lead vanish as Popert began the round with a bogey and two pars to go one ahead.

Lawlor with the nine class winners at the G4D Open

Lawlor and the G4D Open Sport Class Winners pose with their trophies on Friday

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However, Lawlor battled back and, as the back nine got underway, he found himself top of the leaderboard as he birdied the 10th to capitalise. That lead was soon doubled to two, with Popert bogeying the 13th and 15th to see his chances at the title diminish.


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