The German golfer Marcel Schneider has again achieved a top ten placement on the DP World Tour.
The 32-year-old from Pleidelsheim played a good round of 68 at the end of the Dutch Open in Cromvoirt in the Netherlands and ended the tournament in fourth place with a total of 277 strokes. Just two weeks ago, Schneider finished seventh at the tournament in Antwerp.
The Frenchman Victor Perez only secured the title at the event, which was endowed with 1.75 million euros, on the fourth extra hole against the New Zealander Ryan Fox. Before the hard-fought playoff, both had needed 275 strokes each for the four rounds on the par-72 course. Third place went to Pole Adrian Meronk with 276 strokes. It was the second win overall for 29-year-old Perez on the former European Tour.
The German Olympic starter Hurly Long (Heidelberg) finished tenth with 282 strokes. Maximilian Kieffer (283) from Düsseldorf finished the tournament in 14th place.