Luiten ends in the middle after moderate final day in Dubai
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Joost Luiten on the final day of the Dubai Desert Classic is not able to impress. The 31-year-old Bleiswijker had 73 strokes necessary in the fourth round and ended up outside the top twenty in the general classification.
The final lap was also the worst of Luiten in Dubai. The Dutchman finally ended on five under par and had to make do with a shared 23rd place in the overall standings with a total score of 283 (-5).
Luiten began poorly on the final lap in the first nine holes with two bogeys to record.
With birdies in the tenth, and eighteenth hole he improved his score yet, but a bogey on the fifteenth hole ended Lutes still above par.
Final day of Dubai Desert Classic in the picture
Sergio Garcia has Sunday, the Dubai Desert Classic to his name.
Joost Luiten ended in the middle of the table: if 23rd.
The audience at the Dubai Desert Classic does not need to complain about a lack of sun.
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The victory in the tournament on the European Tour went to Sergio Garcia. The Spaniard went already since the first day in the lead after a round of 65 strokes and maintained his lead.
Garcia ended up on 269 pass (-19) and continued as the Swede Henrik Stenson three strokes. The Dane Lasse Jensen and Briton Tyrrell Hatton were shared third with 274 strokes.