The 25-year-old Englishman is the absolute leader of the track for players with disabilities. DP World Tour is being promoted with the aim to emphasize more and more the inclusiveness of sport open to all
Kipp Popert again. The Englishman also dominated the G4D Tour @ ISPS HANDA World Invitational presented by AVIV Clinics, scoring his seventh track win with 135 (69 66, -9) strikes, becoming the only player to finish under par, leading Canadian Curtis ten lengths behind Barkley. , second with 145 (+1) and eleven with Sweden’s Ramus Lia, who won the Disabled-Sanofi Italian Open last April, and American Chris Biggins, third with 146 (+2).
In the seventh event of the nine seasons of the G4D Tour 2023, the track is now in its second season and reserved for players with disabilities, promoted by the DP World Tour with the aim of increasingly emphasizing the inclusiveness of a sport open to all. fifth place with 149 (74 75, +5) Tommaso Perrino, who recently won the European Championship in this category and defended the title won last year. Behind him is Ireland’s Brendan Lawlor, sixth with 150 (+6), and Spaniard Juan Postigo Arce, seventh with 151 (+7).
Impressive is the march of the 25-year-old Pobert, who seems to have no rivals. He appeared in six of the seven tournaments on the calendar, winning three and finishing second in three others, and in his first year, he won four of the seven tournaments, finishing one second and two fourth. Others scored in 2023 by Postigo Arce (two successes), Lawlor and South African David Watts, while in 2022 Perrineau, Lea and England’s Mike Brown took the title.
Pictured: Kipp Popert with the trophy (Getty Images)