Dunning Golf Staffer Nicolas Colsaerts Wins the Open de France
Dunning Golf staff player Nicolas Colsaerts won by one shot at the 2019 Open de France on the European Tour Sunday at Le Golf National, near Paris, France.
Colsaerts, who wears Dunning Golf shirts, layering, and bottoms finished with a four-round total of 272 with rounds of 67-66-67-72. His victory is his first in seven years and moves him up 61 positions to 53rd place in the Race to Dubai European Tour rankings.
“We are extremely pleased to see Nic back in the winners’ circle after a great week in Paris,” said Senior Vice President of Sales and Business Development Kate Cunningham. “Nic has been a great ambassador of the Dunning brand since day one, and exemplifies our commitment to fit, performance, and playability.”
The 36-year-old Belgian – wearing the Dunning Golf Wexford ¼ Zip and Player Fit Woven Pant – made a dramatic chip shot on the par 5 14th for eagle which helped separate him from the field. He has played in 389 European Tour events all time with $10,618,456.15 earned in career tournament winnings.
About Dunning Golf
DUNNING GOLF is named after our founder, Ralph Dunning. A native of Toronto, Ralph is a performance sportswear pioneer and has been engineering fabric with a distinctly modern aesthetic for over 30 years. In 2001, while Ralph was building a premier cycling apparel brand and competing in Ironman triathlons he became naturally curious as to why such a versatile performance fabric was missing from the golf industry. The result? A brand-new category of world class golf apparel inspired by fit, playability, and the goal to become the most technical player specific apparel company in golf.