Luiten rises thirteen places on the world rankings by winning the KLM Open
Joost Luiten has on the world rankings, a nice jump. The Dutch golfer won Sunday for the second time in his career the KLM Open.
He, therefore, increased to the sixtieth place. Last week, it was Lutes the number 73 of the world.
The 30-year-old Dutchman fourth Sunday, his fifth title on the European Tour. He earned the win in Spijk, the netherlands, 300.000 euros. Luiten was at the end of 2014 at the 28th place, his highest position ever.
Next weekend plays Lutes, near Milan, the Italian Open.
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The top of the world rankings remained unchanged. The numbers one to fifteen and kept the same position.
The Australian Jason Day tops the list. The American Dustin Johnson is second, for the Northern Irishman Rory McIlroy.
Luiten wins KLM Open
Joost Luiten has Sunday in the KLM Open to his name.
The Dutchman had about four rounds, the fewest strokes necessary, on The Dutch in Spijk, the netherlands.
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There was a lot of interest for the operations of the Dutch in Spijk, the netherlands.
Luiten saw his greatest rival Bernd Wiesberger a bogey on the seventeenth hole.
The 30-year-old Bleiswijker came from a total of 19 under par.
In 2013, he was also already the best on the Dutch tournament that is part of the European Tour.
For Lutes, it was the fifth tournament on the European Tour.
“This was absolutely one of the best rounds I have ever played, this was very close to perfection.”
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