Joost Luiten has a Saturday-great business on the third business day of the French Open. The Bleiswijker ran the best race of the field and took a giant leap in the standings.
The 33-year-old Luiten, went round in 65 strokes, six under par. Thus, he together with an Englishman, Sam Horsfield is the best score and write it down.
Lose claimed on Friday another disappointing round of 76 and got the cut. A day later, came up with no fewer than eight birdies. However, he went on to be the thirteenth hole is a double bogey.
A perfect round is spent in the South of Holland have a total score of 210, three-under-par. Therefore, he climbed up to the shared 67 for the shared thirteenth place.
In the lead after the third day, we will be in the hands of Nicolas Colsaerts. The Belgian is in for a total score of 200, and starting the final lap on Sunday, three strokes ahead of George Coetzee of South Africa.
Lose on the hunt for a ticket for the HSBC Champions
Lose on the hunt for the French Open, on entry into the HSBC Champions in Shanghai. He is in his own hands, as he, with a 29th place is currently in good shape in the Race to Dubai.
He is, after Sunday, is in the top thirty of this can be found in order to be able to start in the HSBC Champions, a tournament that is a part of the World Golf Championships.