Ewen Ferguson tames Doha’s winds and signs his first pro win – Qatar Masters, Round 4

In a crazy, windswept final round at Doha Golf Club, 25-year-old Scotsman Ewen Ferguson won with a time of -7 (281), the highest score ever at the Qatar Masters, ahead of American Chase Hanna (-6), the Swede Marcus. Kinholt and Paul Adrian Meronke (-5). Roman Langask, fourth in the final standings (+2), is 21st in the standings -2 (286).

We know the famous Fergie time “Dear Sir Alex Ferguson. These are the last minutes of playing as football players Manchester United His legendary Scottish coach has always found a way to reverse the score against them. There will now also be the release of a small white ball “Fergie Time” with Owen Ferguson The sole owner. Scott too!

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Seventh at -5 at the start of this final round of the Qatar Masters, 25th by name, was Ewen Ferguson and then three strokes behind the English leader. Matthew Jordan And the Poles Adrian Myronk. But this utterly insane, and even shaggy, Sunday, if we may dare take such a shortcut, as the wind blew wildly all day in Doha golf club, Redistribute the cards again. Just like the day before!

Conditions of play that scatter the entire playing field almost like a puzzle, best remaining score for the occasion “Miracle” 69 (-3) signed by Danes Thorbjorn Olesen And the Marcus Heiligkeld And in English Marcus Armitage.

Everyone already broke their teeth on this country track which was attacked by violent winds from all sides. Thus some gusts were sometimes measured at more than 40 km/h. Starting with Matthew Jordan, who collected the blows of fate, such a stray ball in a level 4 of the tenth – an almost improbable scenario at this level of competition – who then chained five ghosts into six holes between the ten, so, and 15. 76 (+4) at the end and fifth at -4. nightmare !

His co-playing partner, Pole Adrian Meronk, also sank, losing three points in two holes (bogey at 12, double at 13) before signing a 75 (+3) which nonetheless allows him to go up on the third move at -5 with the Swede Marcus Kinholt.

The French are in hard…

Under the radar almost all day (double at 2, birdie at 6), it wasn’t until the last holes that Ewen Ferguson would see appear out of “nowhere” or nearly. Eagle thanks to a long-distance chip at 16 and then a birdie at 18 and then allowed to sign a 70 (-2) card, waiting in the warmth in front of the television set, alongside his coach, South African Jimmy Goff (same Matthew Buffon), to draw chestnuts from the fire of this killing game.

The 25-year-old Scotsman, who recently led Kenya Magical Open After 54 holes before cracking the Chinese Ashun Wuand finally won at -7 (281), one point ahead of the American Chase Hannawhere Ferguson relegated this season from Challenge Tour.

Still in the game is likely to score a second streak in his titles by four points by starting this last lap, Roman Langask Unfortunately stuck, posted a hard 74 (+2) with only a bird against a double and a bogey. The Azores, the big host of this Qatar Masters since Thursday, finished 21st at -2 (286). Matthew Buffon73 today, is closely behind her at -1 (287), 27th ahead Julian Brown, the only Frenchman to have played below level (71). Antibois ranks 35th in the overall average (288). Julian Warrior (62 at +3), Robin Russell (69th place at +6) and Antoine Rosner (73 at +9) bring up the butt.

The DP World Tour He is now taking a three-week break (except for those who qualify for gentlemen (7-10 April) before the planned return to Spain (21-24 April) in Tarragona for ISPS Handa Championship in Spain ($2 million endowment).


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