The European FootGolf Trophy Tour (EFTT) had two stages organized last weekend, one in Norway and one in France. Next to Paris, the Argentine Matias Perrone was the best. He was the only player, who could score under par on two courses.
The French open was held at Golf Parc Robert Hersant on two courses. After the first day Matias Perrone (Arg) was the leader. On Sunday he won again, so it was easy to count, the EFTT’s third (or fourth) winner came from South America. Just to remember, Mark Woodward (USA) won the first, while Marco Caricato the second round.
“This is a nice victory!” - said happily Matias Perrone after putting his last ball in the 36th hole. Every tournament is important, because the more you play more the sport benefits, and continue growing. But when I am on an international tournament and I represent my country, it has a special flavor. A funny detail is that it remains in the history books, that the winner of the first French Open came from Argentina.”
He added, playing on two different courses was very interesting. “It was very hard too, but it gave an interesting challenge.I think to be the best on this weekend and in all the tournament, the secret is to love the sport. I think there are several players who feel that way. The secret is to train the Argentine players and above all love the sport.”
Be careful, Perrone will be in Holland, Italy and Switzerland!
You can find the results HERE.