Luiten book thirteen places profit for the second day in Ireland
Joost Luiten has Saturday at the Irish Open worked up in the standings. The 31-year-old Dutchman rose from the 53rd to the fortieth place thanks to a round of 69 strokes (-3).
Luiten, who Friday only just the cut took on the Portstewart Golf Club in Northern Ireland, produced five birdies and two bogeys.
With a score of 209 strokes can Psalteries Sunday on the last day, and even what to increase further in the standings. The American Daniel Im and the Spaniard Jon Rahm lead with a total of 199.
Luiten spoke after his third round of a solid round. “I have a lot of chances created and also pretty know what to create, but unfortunately there were also two bogeys on the map”, he said.
“That was a shame, but I hit my balls on to the green today is better and also the driver ran well today. On the last few holes I am still missing a few chances but all in all I’m satisfied. If I have Sunday again can rise in the rankings, I think I do.”