The Spaniard finished seventh at the Scotish Open and returns the award to Dustin Johnson.
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The australian Min woo lee this Sunday he added his second title on the European circuit by proclaiming himself champion of the Scottish Open in the tiebreaker, with a card of -18 (266 strokes) in a fourth day marked by rain, and the electrical device that interrupted the game, and in which the Spanish Jon rahm he lost the first position in the world rankings after finishing with a total of 268 (-16) in seventh place.
Barrika’s was placed at the top of the ranking by winning the United States Open on June 20, his first title in a ‘major’. Fourteen days later he returns command to the American Dustin Johnson.
Australian golf is all the rage in Europe. After the victory of Lucas Hebert In the past week, Woo lee He beat the summer storm and broke a 30-year streak in which two Australians did not win two tournaments on the European tour in a row.
The 22-year-old achieved his second victory in the European with a sensational record of -7 that brought him up to the tiebreaker with -18 where he decided the victory with a ‘birdie’ on the 18th hole of par 4, ahead of the English Matt fitzpatrick and from the Belgian Thomas detry who stayed the PAR.
Thomas detry he came close to claiming his first title on the circuit after finishing the fourth round at 67 (-4), but he was not very successful in the ‘playoff’.
The last day of Spanish Jon rahm It was a perfect example of his time in the Scottish countryside. The Biscayan again accused the lack of success in the putt and gave up the position of number one in the world ranking, in favor of the American Dustin Johnson, when he finished seventh alone at The Renaissance club in Berwick.
He started with a ‘bogey’ that seemed to solve with 4 consecutive birdies, but from the tenth hole he cooled down and failed to overcome the field. He prided himself on being sixth solo or better, to maintain the world leadership. Alvaro Quiros he was the best of the rest of the Spanish with -11, followed by Adrián Otaegui (-10) and Adri Aranaus (PAR).