Tommaso Perrino comes second in the EDGA competition in Portugal

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An excellent start to the year for Tommaso Perrino, the Italian golfer who has won the last editions of the Italian Open for Disabled, working full-time on the EDGA circuit reserved for golfers with disabilities.

Supported in his activity by the brand Cetilar, Perrino ended the EDGA competition held in Portugal at the Montado Golf Course on 17 and 18 February in second place (71-72), three shots behind the Dane Casper Holst-Christensen (70-70), in first place but without the EDGA pass. The Irish Aidan Grenham came in third place (69-76).

For Perro, who should be returning to the green in late April for the first EDGA event in the European Tour and then in May to defend the Italian Open for Disabled title, this is the latest in a long run of excellent results obtained in an international event, confirming his brilliant form.  

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