What is the Austrian Open in golf?

What is the Austrian Open in golf?

Austrian Open (golf) The Shot Clock Masters is a men’s professional golf tournament on the European Tour. It was founded as the Austrian Open in 1990, and was a European Tour event for seven straight years up to 1996, being held under a variety of names due to regular changes of title sponsor.

How did John Catlin win the Austrian Open?

John Catlin reflects on securing a third European Tour title with a dramatic play-off victory at the Austrian Golf Open. John Catlin secured a third European Tour title after defeating Max Kieffer in a marathon play-off at the Austrian Golf Open.

Who are the sponsors of the Audi open Austria?

In 2012, it was announced that the Austrian shopping community Lyoness and its affiliated Greenfinity foundation would be the title sponsors for three seasons. The 2018 event was the first professional tournament to use a shot clock on every shot.

Who won the Austrian Open with Max Kieffer?

John Catlin went five extra holes with Max Kieffer at the Austrian Open to win his third European Tour title. European Tour: John Catlin wins Austrian Open in a five-hole playoff Subscribe Pro Leaderboard Tee Times Money Leaders Sportsbookwire Betting odds PGA Tour LPGA DP World Tour Forward Press podcast Courses Golfweek’s Best Courses