Luiten after a third-round chance on a second victory at the KLM Open


Luiten after a third-round chance on a second victory at the KLM Open

Joost Luiten has Saturday in the third round of the KLM Open, a small bit of lost ground, but the Bleiswijker still has all the chances on his second victory at the Dutch golf tournament.

Luiten went on to The Dutch in Spijk, the netherlands, around in 69 strokes, two under par. He stated, with still one round to go on a total of 202 strokes (-11).

Catching up on the first place grew on the third day of one turn to three turns. Scott Hend after an excellent round of 64 (-7) in the lead with 14 under par for the tournament.

The 43-year-old Australian has a one stroke lead on the Italian Nino Bertasio. In addition to Luiten have also the English Richard Bland, David Horsey and Ben Evans have a backlog of three strokes on the pipe.

Four golfers are at -10, under whom the leader after day two, Bernd Wiesberger.

The third round of the KLM Open in the picture

Joost Luiten also has after the third round, still every chance at his second victory at the KLM Open.

Lutes lost a little bit of terrain on the third day.

Luiten went around in 69 strokes (-2) and now stands at three strokes of the new front-runner Scott Hend.

Luiten recorded on the sixteenth hole, his first bogey of this KLM Open.

The Austrian Bernd Wiesberger, leader after the second day, fell to the shared seventh place.

The caddies of the Englishmen David Horsey, Ben Evans and Richard Bland, who, like Luiten shared third, look.

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Luiten started strong in the third round with straight a birdie on the first hole and on hole eight, he won a battle.

It also had the KLM Open winner of 2013, that Friday much impressed with a track record of 64 (-7), especially pars listed on his scorecard.

On the sixteenth hole, a par 3 of 183 yards, and had Psalteries, after 51 holes his first bogey of this tournament allow. That smetje worked the best Dutch golfer away again with a birdie on the eighteenth.


In addition to Luiten knew two people in the final weekend. Wil Besseling had a solid third round with three birdies and fifteen pars, good for a 68 (-3).

The 30-year-old prof, who normally comes out on the Challenge Tour, with a total of 209 strokes (-4) on a shared 36th place.

Maarten Lafeber had not had a good day. The winner of 2003 is +2 on the shared seventieth and last place after a round of 74 (+3). The 41-year-old Dutchman has had a double bogey and four bogeys on his scorecard.

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