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Bad weather did not allow to play a Club Contest during the Czech Masters last year, but this year's battle of two-member teams on the hole 7 finally made its debut. With unpleasant wind, the 140-meter long shots were best handled by home-grown Albatross players.

At the tee of the 7th hole, fourteen teams met in the Saturday afternoon to represent their home clubs in a year's lagged premiere of the embedded competition on European Tour tournament. About fifty people gathered around with the fans, so the players had the same atmosphere as some of the flights during the main tournament.

A much bigger problem, however, for most of them was a strong wind rather than any nervousness that would be perfectly understandable. At least it looked like most shots, which in many cases were very good, were thrown into one of the right bunkers, or stopped in the air and the balls ended just before the green.

Only six teams managed to get on the green.  Tobias, the younger brother of the Kessler's family hit the best shot and ended up just over three meters from the pin which was good enough to secure a great win the Albatross team.

"I hit a 6-iron and I hit it quite well for me," Tobias said in a modest manner to his victorious shot. According to his older brother Lukas, something different was decisive than the advantage of the home environment: "Even more advantageous was that we started to the end. It was clear that most of the balls were taken by the wind to the right so we could prepare for it and knew how to play, and Toby did it well. "


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