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Kjeldsen pips Drysdale

Published 29/03/2009

Denmark's Soren Kjeldsen won the Andalucian Open in Seville by three shots

today after a duel with Scot David Drysdale.

In danger of falling behind when he went into the lake on the long 16th,

Kjeldsen made an 18-foot putt to stay level, then holed from even further at the

226-yard 17th.

It put him two ahead as Drysdale narrowly failed to get up and down from a

bunker and at the last the Edinburgh golfer went from more sand into the water

by the green.

Joint third were England's Graeme Storm and Italian Francesco Molinari, while

Colin Montgomerie was 31st in his 500th European Tour event as a professional.

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