Luiten after the third day in the subtop at the HSBC Champions in Shanghai
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Joost Luiten after the third round of the HSBC Champions at the end in the Chinese city of Shanghai.
The best Dutch golfer recorded Saturday with a score of 71 strokes, one under par, and shares with a total score of -5 to the 22nd place.
The Bleiswijker recorded three birdies and two bogeys on the golf course, the Sheshan International, where the lucrative tournament from the World Golf Championships is finished.
Hideki Matsuyama held in the third-round lead and then Sunday with -17 the final lap. The Japanese has three strokes ahead of his first attacker, the Scotsman Russell Knox.
Matsuyama added Saturday 68 strokes to his impressive low score in the HSBC Champions. In the first two rounds he made less than nineteen birdies.