Lukas Larsson takes Stage 2 of Western Sweden Indoor Tour
03 Jan 2017 at 13:53 | Published by: PatPenguin | Views: 997 | News search
Stage 2 of the western Sweden indoor tour was held in Vänersborg on Eternite (european courses). It was played on November 27. You can see our article from the first stage here. » Final Results
From the beginning until the end this was a competition in class A which was dominated by the talent Lukas Larsson, a former home player, now playing for Gullbergsbro. Lukas started off with a 19 round, had a 23 on the second round but kept playing good in the last three rounds ending up on 104 on courses that are now a little bit harder than last indoor season. On second place we found Thomas Aronsson, Swedens best deaf player at the moment. He had a tremendous last three rounds with 21,20,19. Third place was taken by always well-playing Marcus I Andersson from Kungälv.
In class B, Jonny Karlsson, a tremendous felt player won by the good result of 107 on this surface. The first three rounds were close with one one stroke separating him from Jan Hedström and two from Nora Fause, but Jonny built up his lead over the last two rounds to win by 4 strokes.
Class C saw home player Anders Pettersson win on 122 strokes. Similar to Class B, Anders was threatened in the first 3 rounds by Nikolai Leth and Karin Hansson but pulled away with excellent scores in the final 2 rounds to take the win.
Thank you to Jens Bergström for providing the information for this article.