Scotlands Gary Orr finally made it into the winner's circle as he has so often threatened to do in the past. Golf clubs Orr's final hole eagle three relegated Wales' Phillip Price into second spot and it was to be Orr's name etched on the Algarve Portuguese Open Trophy, callaway ladies x-20 irons.
Fittingly the 1993 Sir Henry Cotton Rookie of the Year won his first European Tour title on the Le Meridien Penina course designed by Cotton. His final round of 69, three under par, callaway x-20 iron set review gave him a 13-under-par total of 275, one clear of Price and four clear of England's Brian Davis, South African Tony Johnstone and Irishman Paul McGinley, Golf Irons.
Orr played some scrambling golf to draw level with Price, Callaway X-18 Irons Set making birdie on the 14th. But he nearly lost his chance at a first tour win after hooking his tee shot on the 17th over onto the 18th fairway. Price, the 1994 Champion, took the advantage to the 18th tee with a superbly played five wood from the right rough to within 20 feet but he forgot to hit his birdie putt and it agonisingly stopped short. Callaway X-20 Tour Iron Set That would have effectively ended Orr's hopes of victory.
As Price missed the fairway with his drive, Callaway golf clubs Orr snatched his chance to put some pressure on at the par five finishing hole. A powerful drive and split the fairway and with Price having to lay up, Orr snatched his chance. Callaway Golf Irons Orr knew he needed to hit a 'flush' two iron 220 yards, he put it to 12 feet and stroked the ball in the hole to win by one shot.