And 3 for Xander Shaveli who won in Scotland, Bavon finished strong

American Xander Schauffele achieved his third success in three matches by winning the Genesis Scottish Open: he will be one of the top favorites next week at the 150th Open in St Andrews. The only Frenchman to beat the cut-down predicament on Friday, Mathieu Buffon finished his championship on a compelling note!

A week before the historic 150th Open kicks off this Thursday in St Andrews, Scotland hosted the best in the world with the Genesis Scottish Open counting the US PGA Tour and the DP Wolrd European Tour, on the back of a battle with LIV.
We were expecting a great champion with fourteen of the world’s top fifteen at first…and we are not disappointed with the American’s victory Xander Schuyle (-7)!

This is the seventh success on the PGA Tour for the Californians, who advanced after 54 holes with the best card of the day twice in a row (65 on Friday and 66 on Saturday). Starting very strong on Sunday (Flyers 1 and 2) and then wobbly (three Ghosts 6 to 9), the world number 11 signed off on two big flyers (14 and 16) to allow himself to play level 4 of 18 wisely with the Ghost he was looking for when choosing Playing an iron at first. Already triumphing at the Travelers Championhsip two weeks ago (and the unofficial but prestigious JP McManus pro-am earlier this week), the 2018 British Open runner-up is bound to be one to watch next week in St Andrews.

The first to conclude a long series of agreements

This was the first tournament to be endorsed by the two largest planetary circles, with the exception of the WGC and Major. And certainly not the last against LIV…” it’s a wonderful feelingSmile. A great relief after a stressful day that ends well. At some point I started throwing balls left and right and it was a really big spread. But I solved the problem on the return trip. I even managed to do the 18. There will be more and more validated events. I am happy to win first place!

Kurt Kitayama is second by one point

The best player in the top 15 on Sunday with a 66 card, Kurt Kitayama He finished second by one stroke, after bogeying at 17 and hitting a birdie on 18 synonymous with qualifying…that came close to the hole! The 29-year-old will take one of the last three places at The Open. South Korean Joo Hyung Kim Completes the podium at -5.

Donaldson Wu in St Andrews

A leader during the first two days and a new record holder in the Al-Nahda Club track (61), Cameron Triangle occupies sixth place (-3) along with Matthew Fitzpatrick, who has been on his way back since winning the US Open. Sixth place made two more happy as the Welsh veteran Jimmy Donaldson And the American guy Brandon Wu Grab the last two places in The Open. Jordan Spieth He barely finished in the top ten after a nasty double bogey at 14 and hit the terrifying tee at 18 for a bogey one, although he struggled hard and came close to a hole-in-one at 17.

Matthew Buffon 36

Rafa Cabrera Bello She played in the last match with Xander Schauffele with the goal of getting the title and a ticket to St Andrews. Unfortunately, the Spaniard exploded with a card of 77 which pushed him to 36th (+2)…with Matthew Buffon. Bordelais finished in impressive 67th card (third score of the day) to score interesting points in this third of the five Rolex Series events of the season. So there will only be one Frenchman in St Andrews from Thursday, with Victor Perez At the beginning of the 150th Open!

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