Golfer Joost Luiten has Saturday on the third day of the highly competitive WGC-Mexico Championship quite a site to divulge. The Bleiswijker fell after a round of 74 strokes, three above the baangemiddelde, of the shared thirteenth place to the shared eighth place.
Luiten after three rounds on the track of Chapultepec 212 strokes, one under par. Thus, he has the leader of the race lost sight of. Dustin Johnson completed the third round in 66 strokes and stands at 197 beats, sixteen under par.
The 34-year-old American has a lead of four strokes on the North Irishman Rory McIlroy. Then follows a group of four golfers who are on 9 under par.
In the third round began Luiten was still good, with a birdie on the first hole. Then he struck four bogeys. “It was really such a day that nothing worked and nothing really meezat,” said Luiten on their own site.
“I began well with an easy birdie on hole one. On hole three with a bogey from a poor first putt on four and five I miss putts for a birdie. Such putts should fall well in the round, but it did not.” Lutes called it myself for a frustrating day.
With the tournament not far from Mexico-City are the best 75 players of the world. The prize money amounts to 10,25 million dollars, 9 million euro.