Joost Luiten was unable to make it on the final day of the Italian Open, have to climb up in the standings. In the Netherlands he ended up in Rome in a shared 25th place.
The 33-year-old Luiten completed his or her final round in 71 strokes (to par). He had three bogeys write and put out there with three birdies in front of you.
The Bleiswijker ended up with a total of 280, four strokes under par. After the opening day, he was still third, but then dropped, he’s gone to a place out of the top twenty-five.
The victory in the Italian capital city, went to Bernd Wiesberger. The Bike had a total of 268 strokes are needed, and liked, an Englishman, Matthew Fitzpatrick, the leader after the second and the third, one stroke behind.
Lose performed the change in the draw
Lose conducted prior to the Italian Open are a change in your putting stroke on the greens. He changed his grip and instead of putting his right hand underneath his left hand to use it.
The Italian Open, which belongs to the high yield, the Rolex Series and has a prize pool of $ 7 million (or 6,35 million us dollars).
Lutes has played in the tournament six times previously, finished one time, in the fifth and one fourth, though that was on a different track.