Fox makes hole-in-three in Scottish Open

Ausiliatrice Cristiano
Luglio 17, 2017

When is a hole in one not a hole in one?

Sunday in the Scottish Open, after Ryan Fox hit his tee shot on the 169-yard sixth hole into some bushes, he teed up a provisional ball in case he was unable to find his first.

YOUNG Gourock Golf club member John Jack Jnr (13) was chosen by Scottish Golf to play for the Scottish Government's Visit Scotland team in the Scottish Open Pro-Am played over the Dundonald links.

They both may pale in comparison to the hole-in-three, which normally occurs when a player has hits their ball into a water hazard, re-tees and then knocks it in.

Fox said the fourth place finish keeps up his momentum heading into his second Open championship at Royal Birkdale later this week.

Fox ended the tournament five shots back from Spain's Rafa Cabrera Bello and England's Callum Shinkwin.

"I hit probably the worst shot I've hit as a pro followed by the best shot I've hit as a pro". Cabrera Bello won in a playoff.

Fox jumped into contention with a third round 69 lifting him into a tie for fifth.

It is Fox's third top 10 finish in three weeks on the tour and see the Kiwi hit 14th on the 2017 Race to Dubai money list with a total of NZ$1.28m.

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