Luiten ends after a strong final lap as the tenth at the WGC-Mexico Championship

Golfer Joost Luiten is Sunday at the highly competitive WGC-Mexico Championship quite a climb in the standings. Thanks to a strong final lap, increased the South-Hollander of the shared thirtieth to the shared tenth place.

The 33-year-old Luiten went on the final day in Naucalpan around in 64 strokes, seven under the baangemiddelde. He hit two bogeys, was there no less than nine birdies in front of it.

The Dutchman came out on a total of 276, ten under the baangemiddelde. Thus ended on the same amount of success as, among others, Tiger Woods.

The tournament in Mexico was claimed by Dustin Johnson. The American gave his comfortable leadership position in the last round, not hands.

Johnson keeps McIlroy five strokes behind

With a round of 66 strokes brought Johnson his grand total to 263. Thus he left the Northern Irishman Rory McIlroy five strokes behind.

With the tournament not far from Mexico City were the best 75 players of the world. The prize money amounts to 10,25 million dollars, 9 million euro. The winner will receive a cheque of around 1.5 million euro.

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