November 10, 2015
The Aloha course record was equaled this afternoon on the final day of the Andalucian Open by Frenchman Julien Quesne.
The 31 year old came from behind with an 8-under 64 to secure victory on an afternoon that could have seen any one of the top eight players victorious (making my job as photographer damned difficult not having a clear leader to follow)
Quesne birdied four of the final five holes to finish at 17-under, claiming victory by two strokes over Italy’s Matteo Manassero (68) on the Aloha course. The 322nd ranked player thanked Tournament host Miguel Angel Jimenez for the best day of his life and one that he would remember always.
18-year-old Manassero, who opened the tournament with a 64, took second place on his own when the overnight leader Eduardo de la Riva bogeyed the last to drop into third place.
Special thanks from marbella-eye to Javier Salinas and his company OchoGolf.com
This year Ocho Golf, signature Made in Spain that manufactures entirely in Spain, is the
only company dedicated to “casual” golf. What really stands out of the brand is the high quality
and have only the best materials and elaborate clothing, plus product design is the most
original and unique fashion are devoted to golf.
This firm that was created recently will dress the organization and the volunteers
In this edition Ocho Golf will make a pioneering worldwide action: the player who make a
Hole in One in Hole No 8, par 3, will win his weight on cloths to donate to the association
or NGO he desired.
With this action Ocho Golf, wants to demonstrate its commitment to all social activities ,
being against child exploitation and lo wages, that is why everything that makes Ocho Golf
is realised in Spanish workshop, encouraging the Spanish textile industry.
Ocho Golf product may be found in the commercial area an soon enable in the best golf
courses in Spain.