BlackSeaRama Vivacom Pro-Am 2017 results
|1||Elli Federico||-3||F||-9||69||68||69||206||EUR 3,500.00|
|2||Julien Gressier||-5||F||-3||74||71||67||212||EUR 2,500.00|
|3||Peter Gustafsson||+2||F||-2||70||69||74||213||EUR 1,750.00|
|4||Ulas Karatas||+1||F||Par||69||73||72||215||EUR 1,450.00|
|5||Henrik Engdahl||Par||F||+1||71||73||72||216||EUR 1,225.00|
|6||Bulent Karats||+3||F||+3||72||71||75||218||EUR 1050.00|
|T7||Adam Sagar||+2||F||+7||73||75||74||222||EUR 887.50|
|T7||Danilo Kraljevic||+2||F||+7||73||75||74||222||EUR 887.50|
|T9||Panagiotis Karantzias||+3||F||+8||71||77||75||223||EUR 737.50|
|T9||Stanko Marinov||+2||F||+8||74||75||74||223||EUR 737.50|
|T11||Peter Svajlen||+7||F||+9||75||70||79||224||EUR 662.50|
|T11||Chryssanthos Diankou||+4||F||+9||75||73||76||224||EUR 662.50|
|13||Savas Karatas||+9||F||+16||71||79||81||231||EUR 625.00|
|14||Lyobomir Kostov||+3||F||+19||74||85||75||234||EUR 600.00|
|T15||Jonathan Fransson||+13||F||+20||76||74||85||235||EUR 562.50|
|T15||Luke Towler||+4||F||+20||81||78||76||235||EUR 562.50|
|17||Dimitri Chaynes||+8||F||+23||77||81||80||238||EUR 540.00|
|18||Krasimir Panayotov||+10||F||+24||75||82||82||239||EUR 530.00|
|19||Adrian Bondoc||+9||F||+29||82||81||81||244||EUR 520.00|
|T20||Gabriel Toader||+14||F||+44||84||89||86||259||EUR 505.00|
|T20||Vesselin Savoia||+21||F||+44||88||78||93||259||EUR 505.00|
PGA of Italy Professional, Federico Elli, got another PGAs of Europe win under his belt after three successive three-under rounds earned him the 9th BlackSeaRama VIVACOM Pro-Am title in Bulgaria.
Starting the final round with a two-shot lead, Elli played yet more solid and steady golf in windy conditions for a 69 and a nine-under par (206) total.
“It’s been a great day – I had good ball-striking but didn’t putt well,” said Elli.
PGA of Spain Professional, Carlos Rodiles, carded a final round 69 (-3) to win the 8th BlackSeaRama Vivacom Pro-Am, his first PGAs of Europe Sanctioned Event win.
Following up and down front nines for both Rodiles and the leader at the beginning of the day, Jonathan Grogan (PGA of Germany), the positions had reversed with Rodiles one shot ahead. The Professionals both then shot a two-under 34 on the back nine of BlackSeaRama Golf
PGA of Germany Professional, Jonathan Grogan, took the winners’ honours and a cheque for €3,700 after he successfully defended his title in the 7th Vivacom BlackSeaRama Pro-Am 2015. Grogan returned to BlackSeaRama Golf & Villas for the final round of the Pro-Am having taken the Individual Professional title almost exactly 12 months ago, and managed to convert his overnight lead into a win with a closing one-under 71 for a six-under (209) total.
The PGA of Germany’s Jonathan Grogan has become the BlackSeaRama Pro-Am 2014 Champion completing a show of dominance at the tournament in Bulgaria to take home the winner’s cheque for €3,500. Grogan began the tournament with a one-under par 71 at Thracian Cliffs, but then pushed ahead after Round 2 with a four-under par 67 at Lighthouse Golf Resort & Spa, entering the final round on five-under par (138).
The 5th BlackSeaRama Pro-Am 2013 was wrapped up in sublime style by PGA Professional, Henrik Engdahl, with three level-par rounds [72+71+72 = 215] ensuring his steady and consistent play was well rewarded with the first prize of €3,300. The Swede, a member of the PGA of Sweden as well as the PGA of Greece and Head Professional at The Crete Golf Club, was clear of the competition after 54-holes.
With a safe regulation par on the first hole of a sudden death play-off, Shane McHenry claimed the PGAs of Europe-endorsed, 4th BlackSeaRama VIVACOM Pro-Am 2012 in Bulgaria as his last challenger, Gary Birch Jnr, failed at the final hurdle by pushing his tee shot out of bounds. The pair had survived all the varied hazards …..
CRAIG PHILLIPS unexpectedly found himself the winner of the 3rd PAC Doverie BlackSeaRama Pro-Am 2011 in Bulgaria when the American Jesse Abshire was disqualified. Clifftop golf, at the mercy of the elements, on a testing Gary Player-designed course, made it a high-scoring day and Phillips was able to claim first place despite a four-over-par round of 76.
Neil Cheetham may have felt a little twinge of envy when he left the Barclays Scottish Open at Loch Lomond heading for Bulgaria as some other fellow pros were bound for St Andrew’s for The Open Championship…. but there proved to be a consolation awaiting him in the shape of a winner’s cheque for the BlackSeaRama Pro-Am 2010.