Gaganjeet Bhullar signs 67th in Saudi Arabia
ECONOMIC CITY OF KING ABDULLAH (Saudi Arabia): India Gaganjeet Bhullar he had another average day, since he loaded a second 71 one on the last day to finish tied at 67 Saudi international golf tournament on Sunday.
Bhullar finished with a total of three over 283. He had two birdies and three bogeys on his card.
Graeme McDowell He used all his experience and remained patient to finish in 12 low, two shots away from the defending champion Dustin johnson (67) to claim the title.
The victory ended McDowell's drought for almost six years on the European Tour. Their last victory was at the Open de France in 2014. It was the eleventh victory of McDowell in the European Circuit and 16 in general, and they have arrived in 12 different countries.
I hope this triumph will do for me what the triumph of Abu Dhabi did for my friend, Shane Lowry last year. It was great of you to be there to congratulate me, McDowell said.
Gavin Green, who was flying the Asian Tour flag all week long, gave it his all, including an eagle birdie ending on a 70 card. However, the four bogeys in the seven holes before that ended their hopes for An inaugural triumph on the European Excursion.
Green finished third tied with a final round of 70 and nine under total.
McDowell suffered a stumble with bogeys the ninth and 13 to fall to 10 below before picking birdies on 14 and 15 and arriving at 18 with a mattress of three shots.
McDowell, quien compartió el liderato con Green el primer día y apareció en las noticias el segundo día cuando recibió un mal momento después de tomar 84 segundos (en contra de los 50 obligatorios) en su segundo tiro en el sexto hoyo Par-4 , aseguró que no hubo hipo on Sunday.
Speaking of the time since his last victory, McDowell, who now moves to the world's Top-50, said: I didn't realize that I had spent so much time here in Europe. I am very excited. I am very relieved.
This is a difficult golf course this week. It is unusual to win feeling as uncomfortable as I did in many of these holes because it was a difficult golf course in the last two days, especially with difficult conditions. The birdies in 14 and 15 were simply huge at that time, and it was nice to have a small cushion in the last couple.
My big goal this year was to return to the Top 50 in the world, to compete again in the big tournaments. I am very excited that it happened a little faster than I expected.
American Phil Mickelson and Belgian Thomas Pieters finished tied for third with Green.
Ross Fisher, from England, was the last to finish at seven under with Dubuisson, the Senior Champion Sergio Garcia, the Mexican Abraham Ancer and the Belgian Thomas Detry.