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The ECCO Tour Championship
is the most prestigious golf
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tournament on the Denmark
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based ECCO Tour, being jointly sanctioned by Europe's second tier Challenge Tour
The Challenge Tour is the second tier men's professional golf tour in Europe. It is operated by the PGA European Tour and as with on the main European Tour and the European Seniors Tour, some of the events are played outside of Europe...
. It has run annually since 2006. In 2010 it was held outside Denmark for the first time, when it was hosted at Green Eagle Golf Club in Winsen
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-History:The first historic name for the city was, according to Claudius Ptolemy's reports, Treva.But the city takes its modern name, Hamburg, from the first permanent building on the site, a castle whose construction was ordered by the Emperor Charlemagne in AD 808...
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|| Daniel Denison
Daniel Denison is an English professional golfer who plays on the Challenge Tour.Denison broke both of his legs in a car accident in 2007, an injury that threatened his career. He joined the Challenge Tour in 2009 where he struggled in his rookie year...
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|| Green Eagle GC
|| Andreas Hartø
Andreas Hartø is a Danish professional golfer.In August 2010, Hartø became just the fourth amateur to win on the European Challenge Tour when he captured the ECCO Tour Championship. He turned professional later in 2010, winning on the Challenge Tour for a second time in October of that year...
|| 284 (−8)
|| Holstebro GK
|| José-Filipe Lima
José-Filipe Lima is a professional golfer. He has Portuguese parents but was born and grew up mainly in France. His father worked at Saint-Nom-La-Bretèche, which was the host course of the Trophée Lancôme until that tournament ceased in 2003, and was his son's first coach...
|| 211 (−5)^
|| Kokkedal GK
|| Antti Ahokas
Antti Juhani Ahokas is a Finnish professional golfer.Ahokas was born in Lappeenranta. After winning the Finnish Amateur Stroke Play Championship in 2005, he moved to the United States to attend the University of Minnesota, but left after just three months to return to Europe and further his...
|| 271 (−17)
|| Odense GK
|| Iain Pyman
Iain Pyman is an English golfer.Pyman was born in Whitby. He was English Boys Stroke Play Champion in 1991, and played in a winning Jacques Léglise Trophy team the same year. In 1993 he won The Amateur Championship by defeating Paul Page after 37 holes at Royal Portrush, and was the leading...
|| 260 (−20)
|| Odense GK
|| James Heath
James Joseph Heath is an English professional golfer.Heath was born in London. He started playing golf with his father at the age of ten. Having played in the Faldo Junior Series, he went on to a successful amateur career, highlighted by winning the English Amateur and Lytham Trophy, where he...
|| 261 (−19)
^ Weather shortened to 54 holes.