GOLF Grand Prix of Eure. Barjon (Évreux) at the end of the suspense

Sebastien Bargon (left) and Jean-Charles Hingles had an exciting duel. (© DR)

It was 7 PM on Sunday, April 3, 2022 and Sebastian Bargon He was preparing to wrap up his impressive comeback from the second round as a winner.

The best indicator for this Grand Prix de l’Eure among a few hundred players from Normandy or the Paris region, the only negative number on the weekend (-1.8) was able to return a complex ride and a hacked attitude after 10 holes.

His party mate, always smiling Jean Charles Hingles (Golf d’Évreux, 0.3 pointer), he was then four strokes ahead of the one who should soon become the green ranger of the local course.

Sebastien Bargon had to work hard to win his second Eure Grand Prix at home, after 2016.
Sebastien Bargon had to work hard to win his second Eure Grand Prix at home, after 2016. (© DR)

Incredible series of five birds

But at the start of the 18th hole, the 36th of the weekend, Pargon is back in the lead, thanks to an amazing run of five consecutive birdies, between holes 11 and 15.

Now 2 shots ahead and after a perfect first ball, dropped with an iron in front of the lake, the previous 2016 edition winner only had to secure a small par, or even a bogey to be holy again.

Only then would a bad shoulder shot make him send his ball into the puddle. As compact and relaxed as he was, Jean-Charles Hingles, captain the night before with an impressive score of 71 (-1), secured a fine and took advantage of it to equalize, following his friend’s double bogey.

As relaxed and talented as he is, the event's favorite Jean-Charles Hingles pushed into the playoff.
As relaxed and talented as he is, the event’s favorite Jean-Charles Hingles pushed into the playoff. (© DR)

Epic playoff

Going back to scoring with the same total over two days (146), the two friends, now followed by about thirty enthusiasts, had to play a playoff to decide among themselves.

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On the 10th hole, a Jean-Charles Hingles scratch gave Sebastien Bargon a second chance to win. But the latter, despite the remarkable commitment and good approach, erred in the position of the bird.

Both players were satisfied with the equalizer and went to hole number 17. There, it was Jean-Charles Hingles who pressured Sebastien Bargon by returning an uphill long shot. But the former Vaudreyel’s goalkeeper was solid in turn and brought his team back.

It was 7:40pm, night was starting to fall and we had to go through a third separator hole.

The two players succeeded in their commitment and found the green target of 18 in the list. But Sebastien Bargon’s approach was exemplary and his situation was a little less sensitive than that of Jean Charles Henglais.

The latter narrowly missed the target. Not Pargon who returned his ball and raised his arms to the sky, before embracing his clubmate.

After 3 playoff slots, Ebrosian Sebastien Bargon was finally won.
After 3 playoff slots, Ebrosian Sebastien Bargon was finally won. (© DR)

2 satisfied players

“It was my first time playing against Jean Charles in competition. It was a nice game. I took off poorly after hole 10 but my streak of sparrows got me back in the game. I badly negotiated my end by making a bogey at 16 and doubling at 18, But my two-meter shot on 17 saved me from the worst.”

Sebastian BargonSecond time winner of the Grand Prix de l’Eure.

For his part, Jean-Charles Hingles was always smiling like fair play before the awards ceremony.

“It was a great match. We played well, there were feelings. Sebastian went on to win by making a fine streak of sparrows, and by going for victory on the 18th hole, where he almost lost a few minutes earlier. He deserved it, there is no telling. Just congratulations! »

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Sébastien Barjon and Victoire Beaufils, winners of the 2022 Grand Prix de l'Eure.
Sébastien Barjon and Victoire Beaufils, winners of the 2022 Grand Prix de l’Eure. (© DR)

Congratulations from the President of the AS Golf d’Évreux Club, Patrick Tanu Destined in turn for players, but also for young people bovels victory (13 years old), from Rouen and the winner of 7 women entered with a score of 159 (+13).

He did not forget the affiliation of the administrative teams to Christoph Koestel especially “The gardeners who managed, in a span of two weeks, to return the land to a level befitting a Grand Prix.”

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