The European Open in Germany, of the DP World Tour, concluded with the victory of Englishman Laurie Canter, and David Puig’s option to be an Olympian in Paris is still valid. Given that none of the immediate pursuers have been able to score enough points in the European spring, despite the victories of Adrián Otaegui and Nacho Elvira, the Barcelona native remains second in Spain by a few hundredths.

Jorge Campillo has not progressed on the PGA Tour either, so he will join the aforementioned day in the Volvo Scandinavian from next Thursday, the last real appointment to be able to catch the second Spanish ticket to the Games and thus accompany Jon Rahm at the Golf National. If he does not achieve a place in the top ten, in the case of Otaegui, or something better for the luck of Elvira and Campillo, the place will remain in the hands of the golfer who plays the LIV.

Puig, in addition, will burn this Monday his last chance to enter the US Open, the big one that lowers the blinds of the classification. The Fireballs golfer has signed up for Lake Merced’s qualification as the third major of the course and his presence in Pinehurst would give him options to continue increasing as Eugenio L�pez Chacarra will have, even though the Madrid native will have or will need a place in the top two of the US Open to enter the Games.

The European Open in Hamburg also yielded seventh place for Rafa Cabrera, with 284 strokes, five behind the champion. The same position he achieved in the Fortinet Championship in November in Australia, his best result in more than a year.

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