Kia Quito Open 2023 Ecuador: Winner Toni Hakula Finland – Four Days of Thrilling Golf Action at the Prestigious PGA Latin America Tournament!

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The four-day PGA Latin America Tournament at KIA Quito Open Ecuador was an event to be remembered. The tournament showcased some of the finest golf players from the Latin American region. 

Huge applause and congratulations on the winner Toni Hakula, my compatriot from Finland 🇫🇮.

The Top 3 Kia Quito Open 2023 are:

1 – Toni Hakula, Finland 🇫🇮

2 – Julián Etulain, Argentina 🇦🇷

T3 – Rafael Becker, Brazil 🇧🇷

T3 – Brent Ito, USA 🇺🇸

Fans and players alike were ecstatic about the opportunity to compete at such a prestigious event. The KIA Quito Open PGA Latin America was a testament to the growing popularity of golf in the region, attracting plenty of attention and participation from spectators and players. 

The competition was fierce, and the golfers put on an impressive display of skill, determination, and unwavering persistence. 

The tournament was a huge success, and fans of the sport can’t wait for the next event. If you’re a golf enthusiast, make sure to keep up with the KIA Quito Open PGA Latin America tournament as it continues to showcase some of the finest national and international golfing talents in Latin America.

The local Ecuadorian players made it all excellent despite of their young age: Juan Moncayo, Rafael Miranda, Ben El Cohn, and the amateurs Jose Khamis, Francisco Ponce, and Manuel Corral. 

Round 1

Round 2

Round 3

Round 4

Who is the Finnish golfer Toni Hakula?

Toni Hakula is a Finnish professional golfer who has been making waves in the golfing world. Born on May 31, 1992, in Helsinki, Finland, Hakula started playing golf at a young age and quickly developed a passion for the sport.

He turned professional in 2015 and has since competed in various tournaments around the world. Hakula has had several notable achievements in his career, including winning the 2016 PGA Tour Latinoamerica Order of Merit. With his impressive skills and dedication to the sport, Toni Hakula is definitely a golfer to watch out for in the coming years.

Toni Hakula’s globe-trotting golf journey spans Europe and the Americas

Toni Hakula in Instagram:

With golf greetings from KIA Open from Quito Ecuador

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