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Peter Hanson - CZECH OPEN 2010 Tournament WinnerFinal round of Czech Open at Prosper Golf Resort Čeladná was very dramatic. The leader of the 3rd day, Peter Hanson from Sweden was ahead by 4 shots, but lost a lead immediately on first hole of the last day. So the fight for the first place was on.

Peter Lawrie and Gary Boyd were taking turns for the first place. Miguel Ángel Jiménez, crowd`s favorite had a bad luck in the last round and fell from second to seventh place. Spectators at record-breaking attendance of 11 500 watched dramatic final for the Czech Open 2010 title.

Not even after 4 days and 72 holes We had a Winner. On the second hole of the shoot out, Swedish player prevailed with 7-metre putt to Birdie and became Czech Open 2010 champion. Hanson confirmed great success of Swedish players. Petr-Ullrik Johansson won the first Czech Open, 16 years ago, then Oskar Henningsson won in 2009.

„I had a great week here, Tournament was perfectly organized so We could concentrate on quality golf game. Conditions really helped the players“ said Hanson.

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Oskar Henningsson - 2009 Tournament WinnerOskar Henningsson was left feeling “overwhelmed” after capturing his first European Tour title with a two shot victory at the Moravia Silesia Open presented by ALO Diamonds.

The Swede, who is enjoying his debut season on The European Tour after victory at Qualifying School last November, shot a brilliant final round 67 for a 13 under total at Prosper Golf Resort to beat England’s Sam Little and Steve Webster, who finished tied for second.

The 23 year old started the day three shots behind Webster but after birdies at the first and fourth he moved into a share of the lead when his approach to four feet at the eighth saw him pick up another shot.

After an outward 32 Henningsson picked up two more shots on the way in and despite a bogey at the last he became the second rookie to win in 2009 after Tano Goya’s success in Madeira.

“It feels great. I'm overwhelmed by it,” he said. “I had no expectations that I would win this week, it feels strange but good.

“I'm very happy but I'm tired at the moment - I've not realised what I have done yet. I've a ten hour trip home by car so I will have a lot of time to think about it and what I have done.”

Henningsson recorded the best finish of his career with a tie for fourth at last week’s SAS Masters but quadrupled his career earnings on The European Tour with the €333,330 winner’s cheque here.

Henningsson’s victory was made all the more remarkable as he started the week with a double bogey seven and he becomes only the third player after José Maria Olazábal and Gordon Brand Junior to win Qualifying School and then land a title in their maiden European Tour season.

“Of course it would be fantastic if I could have a career like theirs. Hopefully this is the starting point for me to achieve similar things to what they have done,” he added.

“I felt the game was really good last week and I was trying to keep the same game as in Sweden. It's been really good the last few weeks. I know I can contend as I've been there before. I was hoping to win this year but I didn't expect to this soon.”

Zimbabwe’s Marc Cayeux, England’s Graeme Storm and Spain’s Ignacio Garrido - who led for much of the day before four bogeys in a row from the tenth - were tied fourth on ten under.

Exemption: European Tour, Cat 3, Rank 60
Exemption: Challenge Tour, Cat 0, Rank 0
Residence: Granna, Sweden
Attachment: Granna GK
Date of birth: 10/08/1985
Place of birth: Eksjö, Sweden
Height and weight: 179cm 70kgs (5ft 10½in 11st 1lb)
Interests: All sports, ice hockey
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Turned Pro: 2004 (plus 3)
Qualifying School: 2004, (05), 08* (winner)

Secured his first European Tour win in August 2009 at the Moravia Silesia Open presented by ALO Diamonds, where he continued his fine form from the previous week when he tied for fourth at the SAS Masters in Sweden. He first visited a golf course aged five, when he used to “look in the rough for golf balls” whilst his father and elder brother played. Took the game up himself aged eight, and later attended a centre for golfing excellence in his native Sweden. Progressed to the Swedish national team, and turned professional before the Qualifying School – Final Stage in 2004. Played two subsequent seasons on the European Challenge Tour, but decided to return home and instead concentrate on ironing out the flaws in his game in tandem with Staffan Johansson, who coached the Icelandic National Team for a number of years. Also employs a physical conditioning coach, Jino Eriksson, who is the head coach of his local ice hockey team, Jönköping. He is an avid Jönköping fan, often attending home and away games when he is back in his native Sweden. He is likely to be following them from afar this year as he embarks on his first season on The European Tour, having become the first man in history to emerge through the first two stages of the Qualifying School to win the Final Stage. Away from the game he recently studied philosophy at University, and enjoys reading philosophical and historical works in his spare time.

source: PGA European Tour