Luiten ends thanks to a strong final lap as the 21st at Qatar Masters
Photo: Getty Images
Joost Luiten has Sunday, thanks to a strong final lap quite worked up in the standings of the Qatar Masters.
The 31-year-old Dutchman had his fourth round of 67 strokes needed, five under the baangemiddelde. With a total of 279 (nine under par) he ended up on the shared 21st place.
“In the last round went the finally walk a little bit,” said Luiten, who for two times on 71 succeed and once on 70 was released.
The win in Doha went to the 21-year-old South Korean Wang Jeung-hun, who are nerves the best in check kept during the necessary play-off with the Swede Joakim Lagergren and Jaco van Zyl from South Africa.
The threesome was after four rounds resulted in a total of 272 strokes. On the extra hole, succeeded only Wang managed a birdie to produce, good for the top prize in Doha.