Wednesday August 10, 2022

Nino Bertasio comes back to Ireland and climbs from 23rd to 4th position in the Irish Open. In Thomastown, a town in the county of Kilkenny, with a bogey free trial (for him an eagle and two birdies) closed in 68 (-4), out of a total of 136 (68 68, -8), the Brescia player was among the protagonists of the second round of the DP World Tour tournament.

Halfway through the race, he is three shots away from the summit occupied by the Spaniard Jorge Campillo, new leader with 133 (65 68, -11) ahead of the Polish Adrian Meronk and the Paraguayan Fabrizio Zanotti, second with 134 (-10).

Nino Bertasio, Ireland

On the Mount Juliet Estate route (par 72), Renato Paratore also climbs up among the Azzurri, 36 / o with 140 (70 70, -4). Good reaction also for Edoardo Molinari (75 67) and Lorenzo Gagli (75 67), both 64 / i with 142 (-2) after a specular tournament so far.

Instead, the following came out at the cut: Francesco Laporta, 79 / o with 143 (-1), Guido Migliozzi (really disappointing in the second round), 151 / o with 155 (+11), and Andrea Pavan, 152 / o with 156 (+ 12). Nino Bertasio (Zurich, 30 July 1988) is an Italian golfer.

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He is a member of the Gardagolf Country Club. In 2008 he won the Italian Amateur Championship, which gave him an invitation to the Crans European Masters. In 2009 he set a track record of 64 during the ELTK at Conwy Golf Club.

He won stage 1 of the Tour School at Circolo Golf Bogogno and was fourth in stage 2. In 2010 he played the European Nations Cup in Sotogrande. The English team made up of Tommy Fleetwood, Matt Haines, Tom Lewis and Chris Paisley, won for the fifth time.

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Italy finished in second place. Bertasio won individually, Tommy Fleetwood was 2nd (also hole-in-one) and Robin was 7. He also played on the Tuscan Open Challenge Tour, which was won by Floris de Vries, and he was the best amateur.

In 2016 Bertasio qualified for the 2016 Summer Olympics, from which he qualified 30th. In early 2011, at the age of 22, Bertasio turned professional and in February he won the Open Cimar Samanah in Marrakech, Morocco, with a score of 209.

In 2016 he arrives eleventh at the Spanish Open on the European Tour. He participates in the Rio 2016 Olympics for the Italian national team.


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