Aadusaar missed the cut by one stroke at the Challenge Tour stage
Sander Aadusaar, who made his Challenge Tour debut after a six-year break, was just one shot short of qualifying for the decisive days. Sander’s rounds were 71 and 69 (a total of -2). Results
According to Sander himself, this event was the highlight of the season and it was good to test himself in the company of such players. To understand the level of the DP World Tour, the second level of the competition, and where he stands in comparison. Both days got off to a bit of a rough start, with a penalty-free double-bogey on the opening hole (Sander started from the 10th) and two bogeys on the first four holes of the second day. However, after an eagle from 127 meters and a couple of birdies in the second round, Aadusaar stayed in the lead to make the cut. Unfortunately, another bogey slipped in before the end and so this time he had to settle for two days in the tournament.
In addition to the Alps Tour stages, Aadusaar will also play in the DP World Tour Q-School this year, where he will play the opening round on the Bogogno course from 19-22 September.
The reigning Estonian champion was caddied by Mark Suursalu, who himself has played once on the Challenge Tour and twice on the European Tour.