The golfers of the DP World Tour 2023 are now one round away from the conclusion of the ISPS Handa Australian Open (A$1.7 million prize pool). The historic event, born in 1904 and organized in partnership between the European tour, PGA Tour of Australasia, is therefore at the gates of the final round.
Let’s take a look at the leaderboard.
Adam Scott, results
Adam Scott holds the lead in his home tournament by finishing the day with a solid -3. The Australian climbs to an overall -11 (201 strokes) repelling the attacks of a wild Adrian Meronk thanks to an eagle at the 18th hole.
For the Pole, a new -7 as in the second round, which brings him to only one length of the tread. Third with the score of -7 the Australians Haydn Barron and Min Woo Lee. On the par 70 courses of the Victoria Golf Club, and par 72 of the Kingston Health Golf Club, in fifth position with -6 we find the Irishman Conor Purcell and the Australian Josh Geary.
The top ten ends with a score of -5 for the Dane Nicolai Hojgaard, the French Pierre Pineau, the American Gunner Wiebe, the Japanese Rio Hisatsune, and the host David Micheluzzi. The latter ruins the good things done in the first half of the tournament due to a nefarious +3.
The only Italian registered for the oceanic event withdrew before the second round. Andrea Pavan, after the disastrous start, in fact raised the white flag. We remind you that the women’s Australian Open is also underway.
One round from the end we find the South Korean Jiyai Shin in the lead with -14, followed by the South African Ashleigh Buhai and the Australian Hannah Green. Adam Scott (Adelaida, Australia, July 16, 1980) is an Australian golfer who has been playing professionally since the year 2000.
He obtained 13 victories on the PGA National Tour, from which he achieved third results in 2006, sixth in 2013 and seventh in 2004. I worked on Need for Speed the film and went up in Dude Perfect. His most recent victories took place in the 2013 Augusta Masters, the 2004 Players Championship, the 2006 Tour Championship and the 2011 WGC-Bridgestone Invitational and the 2016 WGC-Campeonato Cadillac.
Augusta in 2011 and the British Golf Championship in 2012, fourth in the United States Championship in 2015, fifth in the British Championship in 2014, seventh in the PGA Championship in 2011, second in the WGC-Campeonato Cadillac in 2006 , and thirdly in the WGC Match Play of 2003 and the WGC-Campeonato Cadillac of 2013.
Scott was placed during 11 weeks as number 1 in the world classification, 47 weeks as number 2, 163 weeks between the first five and 334 weeks between the first ten. The golfer represented Australia in the Copa Mundial de Golf from 2001 to 2002, and the international selection in the Copa de Presidentes from 2003 to 2013.
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