Beijing time on October 5th news, 2018 Hong Kong Open champion Aaron Rai (Aaron Rai) in the Scottish Open play-off smoothly par, defeated England star Tommy Fleetwood who appeared in three pushes. Won his second European Tour championship in his career and his first Rolex Series championship. Chinese duo Li Haotong and Wu Ashun both handed over their lowest scores of the week-66 and 67. Eventually they were tied for 14th and tied for 48th.
After finishing runner-up at the Irish Open last week, Rye, who is in good shape, sighed to end the nearly two-year European Tour championship drought. The 25-year-old Englishman performed well in the final round of the Scottish Open, blasting a 64 (-7) and taking the club lead with a total score of 273 (70-69-70-64, -11), but Former Dubai championship winner Fleetwood advanced a 20-foot birdie putt on the 72nd hole and also scored a total of 273 (-11) and entered the playoff.
In the first extra hole match, Rye’s kick-off fell into a bunker, but he was tenaciously paring. Fleetwood’s putt from outside the green took three putts to complete the game, which made Rye’s first goal. A European Tour Rolex Series crown.
"Unbelievable!" Rye commented after the game, "On the way I grew up, I played many games in Scotland and dreamed of competing for the European Tour in Scotland. I really didn't look at the leaderboard along the way, I know I am We have to keep moving forward. Fortunately, I also played very well, so I am very happy."
After wins, Rye will climb to the top 5 in the Dubai competition and will also break into the top 100 in the world rankings. "Anytime you are in the forefront of the Dubai competition, whether you win it or enter the top three or top five, it shows your stability on the field and you really need to get some good results to do it. Therefore, There is still a long way to go this season, but my current position is still great."
Fleetwood, who lost in the playoffs, regrettably failed to win his third Rolex Series title. The 43-year-old England player Robert Rock, who led 54 holes, shot 70 and scored 274. The total score (-10) failed to make it into the playoffs by one stroke.
Li Haotong captured 1 eagle and 5 birdies in the final round, swallowed 2 bogeys, handed over 66 (-5), and won with a total score of 278 (68-70-74-66.-6). Tied for 14th place.
Wu Ashun got 5 birdies, took a bogey, shot 67 (-4), and tied for 48th with a total score of 284 (70-70-77-67, par).
(luo Y i)