Lose it in standings on final day British Open
Joost Luiten has Sunday the chance of a good ranking at the British Open, will be forfeited. The Dutchman closed the final round with 73 strokes. After that score dropped he to a provisional 46th place in the rankings.
Luiten began the final round as the number eighteen of the players. He hoped for a place in the top ten, but had his worst round of the tournament at Royal Birkdale.
After nine holes was the Dutchman already been to the thirtieth place failed. In the second series of nine holes, he made three bogeys and one birdie, which he is on three over par came out.
The 31-year-old Luiten opened Thursday with a score of 68 strokes. Jordan Spieth went on Sunday as a leader the final day.
The American finishes his final lap in the 146e edition of the British Open later on Sunday. Last year picked up the Swede Henrik Stenson the title.