Luiten climbs to the middle on the third day in Abu Dhabi
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Joost Luiten is on the third day of the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship carefully climbed up in the standings. He rose from place 62 to 42.
The 31-year-old Dutchman completed his round with a seventy strokes, two under the baangemiddelde. With that score, he stands on a total of 212 strokes, nine more than the British leader of Tyrell Hatton.
On the tournament that counts on the European Tour recorded Lutes in circulation two bogeys, but put there also four birdies in front of it.
A day earlier, he came up to 70 to succeed, which he shared 62nd just invited to the third and fourth round.
Hatton has the lead in the overall standings taken from the German, Martin Kaymer. The 25-year-old English golfer completed his round in 68 strokes, and now stands at a total of 203, thirteen strokes under the baangemiddelde. A group of five golfers, including Kaymer, follow these steps on -12.
The tournament in the United Arab Emirates has a prize pool of 2.7 million dollars. For the winner is more than 421.000 dollar ready, around 395.000 euros.