Joost Luiten is expected this week on the one-hundredth anniversary of the KLM Open to be able to do to get the win. In the South-Holland thinks he has to be on his best game, needs to be seen on the golf club, and The International Headquarters.
“Have a good day job that I have though is,” says the 33-year-old Lose two days prior to the start of the tournament. “I have plenty of room to work, and when I am with my golf game, I can win.”
Lutes wrote in the KLM Open, the second time, in his own name. In 2013, yet he’s on the Beach in wijk aan zee for the first time, and three years later, he won the biggest Dutch tournament to The Dutch in Spijk, the netherlands. The anniversary edition is, for the first time, The International has done a technical course in accordance with the native Bleiswijker.
“It’s a good feeling for the ball. You have to be accurate to play with. If the ball is a bit too much different, you’re in trouble. It would be nice if I get to Thursday in the first round in straight away with a couple of nice balls and salad. A couple of good putts and get, gives you confidence.”
Lutes wrote in the KLM Open in 2013, and in 2016 up to its name. (Photo: Getty Images)
‘The form is elusive phenomenon in the gulf
Lose wrong the past few weeks, is in top form. At the European Masters and the Scandinavian Introduction, and his last two tournaments, he was unable to compete for the title, and ended around the 25th. Nevertheless, it does not have a care in the run-up to the KLM Open.
Shape is an elusive phenomenon in the gulf,” he said. “I remember when I was three years ago, it has no form, but still, I won the tournament in Spijk, the netherlands. However, I’ve also found that I had bloedvorm, but you could totally do it.”
In July and got the best Dutch player yet to be in the cut at the British Open, and ended up at the final major of the season just outside the top thirty. His best result, he put up at the beginning of this year, with the Abu Dhabi Championship, where he finished third.
The last ten winners of the KLM Open
- 2018 – Wu Ashun (China)
- 2017 – Romain Wattel (France)
- 2016 – Joost Luiten (The Netherlands)
- 2015 – Thomas Pieters (Belgium)
- In 2014, Paul Casey (England)
- 2013 – Joost Luiten (The Netherlands)
- 2012 – Peter Hanson (Swe)
- 2011 – Simon Dyson (England),
- 2010 – Martin Kaymer (Germany).
- 2009 – Simon Dyson (England),
‘Competition this year is slightly stronger”
The KLM Open was first organized in 1912, making it one of the oldest tournaments on the European Tour. Despite this, the number of participants is not always very strong, even though at this edition of the top riders like Sergio Garcia, Patrick Reed, Thomas, Peter, Lee Westwood and Martin Kaymer with it.
“This year, the number of participants, I think, quite a bit stronger, especially in the width,” says Luiten, who is in the KLM Open last year, missed out by a polsoperatie. “It’s for the public good, as there are a lot of players involved, but for me, as a player, it doesn’t matter that much.”
“There will be 156 golfers will participate in and which do I need to beat it. I know I’m up for grabs when I get my best golf and have a look. And in front of your home crowd, I can still be just a little bit more. That is, I already have the two been proven again and again, says the two-time winner of the.