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    Adrian Meronk’s Victory in Italian Open Puts Him Closer to Europe-USA Golf Match

    Adrian Meronk, the Polish golfer, has won the Italian Open golf tournament, a World Tour event. This marks the second victory for Meronk this season, and the win significantly increases his chances of participating in the prestigious Europe-USA match.

    At the start of the final day of the tournament held at Marco Simone golf course from 4th to 7th May, Meronk was in second place. The Polish player was fighting for first place against two French competitors, and although the competition was close, he emerged victorious over Romain Langasque and Julien Guerrier.

    Meronk’s triumph is a significant achievement for him, and the question on everyone’s mind is, will he get to play in the USA-Europe tournament?

    Meronk finished the tournament with a score of -13, meaning that he needed 13 strokes less than the average for the 72 holes played. He was better than Romain Langasque, who scored -12, and Julien Guerrier with a score of 10. Guerrier was the favorite to win after the first three days, but in the final round, he faltered and ultimately finished in third place.

    Two years ago, Meronk came in second place in this tournament. However, things did not go as well for him last year when he finished in 96th place. With his win in the Italian Open, Meronk has now qualified for the upcoming US PGA Championship, which will begin on May 18th.

    Adrian Meronk’s victory in the Italian Open golf tournament is a significant achievement for him and a moment of pride for Poland. It will be interesting to see if he can carry this form into the US PGA Championship and further cement his position as a top player in the world of golf.

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