PGA European - Made In Denmark Preview
08/12/2014 5:34 PM
08/12/2014 5:41 PM
Thursday, August 14th through Sunday, August 17th
Site: Himmerland Golf & Spa Resort (New Course), Aalborg, Denmark
Course Architect: Jan Cedermolm (1990), Philip Spogaard (2012 - redesign)
Hole by Hole
Front Nine: 35 3,421 yds
1 - Par 4 368 yds
2 - Par 3 203 yds
3 - Par 4 342 yds
4 - Par 5 549 yds
5 - Par 4 433 yds
6 - Par 4 471 yds
7 - Par 3 186 yds
8 - Par 4 379 yds
9 - Par 4 490 yds
Back Nine: 36 3,612 yds
10 - Par 3 155 yds
11 - Par 5 644 yds
12 - Par 4 443 yds
13 - Par 5 628 yds
14 - Par 4 394 yds
15 - Par 4 392 yds
16 - Par 3 128 yds
17 - Par 4 409 yds
18 - Par 4 419 yds
Television: Golf Channel - Thursday/Sunday -- 9-11:30 a.m. (et),
Total Purse: $2,004,986
Shares: 1st Place - $334,164; 2nd Place - $222,767; 3rd Place - $125,514
2014: 1st Year of the Event. Runner up:
Denmark's Bjorn is ranked 24th in world. He won the Nedbank Golf Challenge in December and has six top-10 finishes this season. Bjorn also finished tied for 8th at the Masters in April.
Sweden's Broberg finished second at the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open in July. He has three top-6 finishes this season, but is still in search of his first European Tour victory.
This will be the second time that the European Tour has played an event in Denmark. The only other time was the 2003 Nordic Open at Simon's Golf Club, won by Ian Poulter.
The Navison Open Golf Championship on the European Challenge Tour was played at Himmerland Golf & Spa Resort from 1994-98. Bjorn captured the title at Himmerland in 1995.
The European Tour will be in the Czech Republic next week at Albatross Golf Resort for the inaugural D+D REAL Czech Masters in Prague.
08/12 17:31:07 ET
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