Just two days after playing in an exciting, fierce tiebreak at Lauro Golf, William Nygard and Sam Connor will go head to head this Thursday once again at Torrequebrada, in the eighth tournament of the Gecko Tour. The Swedish and English golfers lead a very international turnout including Andreas Andersson, winner of the opening tournament of the Gecko held at La Cañada.
More than fifty golfers will come together over the next two days with the objective of conquering the last victory of the year in the Gecko Tour. After Torrequebrada, the best winter tour in Europe will take a short break due to Christmas festivities. What better Christmas gift than a good win. At least that’s what’s on the majority of the golfers’ Christmas lists to Santa Claus. Keep a close eye out for Canadian golfer Brayden Eriksen as well. He’s a regular in the Gecko and he’s already proved that he’s good on this course right in the heart of the Costa del Sol. In last year’s tournament, which was the opening event, the American golfer finished in fourth place, however quite far from the sensational Marcus Kinhult, winner who currently holds the European Tour card.
We’ll also follow the amateurs closely. Powerful presence. None other than thirteen players, of which Swiss golfer Marc Sporri stands out the most in the pack.
Torrequebrada is prepped and ready for the next Gecko tournament. Ready to do things well, because the next tournament isn’t until January 9th of the new year, which will be held at the Parador in Málaga. The first game this Thursday will start at 8:45 am and the last at 11:25.