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Italy’s Saragnese Takes Honours at Inaugural CPG Virtual Series1 min read


Posted on: 20th Apr 2022

CPG VIRTUAL SERIES POWERED BY TRACKMAN
28 FEBRUARY – 27 MARCH 2022

The inaugural Virtual Series Powered By TrackMan has come to a close with the PGA of Italy’s Antonio Saragnese standing victorious as winner of the Series Order of Merit.

A win in Round 01 at Le Golf National as well as strong performances at Adare Manor and Real Club Valderrama resulted in Saragnese taking the top-spot with a total of 240 OOM points.

In second place was PGA of Switzerland Member, Alexander Stohr, with 223 points, and in third was PGA of Iceland Member, Dagur Ebenezersson, with 216 points.

The Series, that saw 4 rounds take place across 4 weeks at 4 Ryder Cup courses, also had individual round winners:

ROUND PGA MEMBER SCORE TO PAR
Round 01 – Le Golf National Antonio Saragnese (PGA of Italy) 69 -2
Round 02 – Medinah Country Club Gianluca Patuzzo (PGA of Switzerland) 73 +1
Round 03 – Adare Manor Alexander Stohr (PGA of Switzerland) 71 -1
Round 04 – Real Club Valderrama Alberto Campanile (PGA of Italy) 69 -2

 

The Virtual Series provided CPG Member Country individual Members opportunities to play social yet competitive golf in the off-season, whilst earning themselves prize money in the process.

TrackMan’s combination of radar and camera tracking has led to a paradigm-shift in the golf simulator experience that emulates down to the last detail some of the best courses in the world. TrackMan’s dedicated team uses drone mapping to render courses in extraordinary detail with incredibly high-definition graphics, providing an excellent opportunity to compete as realistically as possible.

For more information on the CPG Virtual Series visit https://cp.golf/VirtualSeries and for more on TrackMan visit TrackMan.com