Thomas Pieters (Belgium) won the 2019 D+D Real Czech Masters after solid golf all week. Pieters, who won the event back in 2015 to claim his first European Tour title, finished the tournament at 19 under par, one shot clear of Spaniard Adri Arnaus. Last year champion Andrea Pavan climbed the leaderboard after impressive 65 today. Pavan tied for third, finishing the tournament at 16 under par.
D+D Real Czech Masters final leaderboard:
This title is the fourth for Pieters from the European Tour and his first since August 2016. Thanks to this triumph Thomas Pieters will return within the top 100 at the Official World Golf Ranking. The Belgian becomes the first multiple winner at D+D Real Czech Masters history.
Andrea Pavan finished just short and was not able to successfully defend his title, but the Italian should be happy. He records another solid result this season which will get him closer to the top 50 at the world ranking.