Hi5 Pro Tour

Kaymer's old pal Fritsch soars to 62 and victory

L-R Wayne Hachey, Paco Sardina, Miguel Martin, Florian Fritsch, Jonathan Caldwell. Photo Jos Linckens www.golfsupport.nlAs Martin Kaymer giving Tiger Woods a taste of things to come in the Dubai Desert Classic, the German’s former foursomes partner Florian Fritsch was scorching to a nine-under par 62 to win the El Valle Open on the slightly less glamorous Hi5 Pro Tour in Spain.

Fritsch triumphed by a stroke from overnight leader Miguel Angel Martin (73) and Clandeboye’s Jonny Caldwell (70), who birdied his final three holes to finish alongside the Spaniard on 10 under par.

Caldwell heads Irish challenge in Murcia

Clandeboye’s Jonny Caldwell fired five birdies and a bogey in an opening 67 to lead the Irish contingent after the opening round of the Hi5 Pro Tour’s El Valle Open in Murcia.

Shaw tied with Elliot Saltman as Lloyd Saltman wins by 13

Wayne Hachey, Lloyd Saltman, Joachim Hansen and James Hepworth at Hacienda del AlamoGareth Shaw tied for fourth place with suspended European Tour player Elliot Saltman in the Hi5 Pro Tour’s Hacienda del Alamo Open in Spain.

Shaw playing for second as Saltman goes eight clear

Scotland’s Lloyd Saltman leads in SpainLurgan’s Gareth Shaw fired a six under par 66 but still found himself nine strokes adrift of runaway leader Lloyd Saltman entering the final round of the Hi5 Pro Tour’s Hacienda del Alamo Open.

Expensive finish for Trainor

Ulster champion Barrie Trainor double bogeyed his final hole but still kicked off his season with a share of tenth place in the Polaris World Mar Menor Open on the Hi5 Pro Tour in Spain.

The Warrenpoint man, 28, shot a one under par 71 in the third and final round at the Murcia venue but slipped back to one under par overall after a nasty six at the 18th.