Joost Luiten did on Sunday, the final day of the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship is not a big step forward, more can be put in. In the Netherlands he ended up being dealt to 42nd in his first tournament of the year 2020.
The 34-year-old Luiten was 71 strokes (1 under par) for his final eighteen holes of golf at the highly competitive tournament in the United Arab Emirates (uae). He posted five birdies and four bogeys.
The number 88 in the world after four rounds out of at of 282 strokes (-6). Thus, he just missed the top forty.
Lutes had a strong second round of 68 strokes (-4) a view to a position in the top ranking, but he failed on Saturday due to a round of 73 (+1) far away in the mountains.
The race in Abu Dhabi, and the first prize of eur 1.17 million (about eur 1.05 million) went to Lee Westwood, who was released in 269 strokes (-19). The 46-year-old Englishman is his 25th tournament win on the European tour.
Congratulations @WestwoodLee 🏆
For European Tour win number 25. Incredible.
AvatarAuteurEuropeanTourMoment of plaatsen12:48 am – January 19, 2020