Wiesberger breaks Euro duck
Bernd Wiesberger has claimed his first European Tour win with a victory at the Ballantine's Championship in South Korea on Sunday.
The Austrian looked in great touch in Icheon and managed to finish five shots ahead of his nearest rivals, with the Scotsman Richie Ramsey coming in second place. Wiesberger's win came largely thanks to an impressive seven-under round of 65, which topped all of the top seven finishers in the Asian tournament this week. The 26-year-old never looked rattled as he came close to the finishing line and actually produced birdies on three of his last four holes, to claim a well deserved win on the European Tour circuit. Having won the tournament, Weisberger told the tour's official website: "I just tried to enjoy it and I had the three best rounds of my life. "I tried not to make bogeys and I did that pretty well, it was awesome. "My game plan was to hit as many greens as possible and try to make putts, and they dropped in the end."