Scottish Open, record start for Byeong Hun An

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Scottish Open, record start for Byeong Hun An
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The Scottish Open in North Berwick started under the sign of Byeong Hun An who, with a run of 61 (-9) shots, closed the first round of the DP World Tour’s Rolex Series tournament, also organized in collaboration with the PGA Tour at the top of the standings.

The South Korean, with a bogey free test supported by 9 birds, also equaled the course record, The Renaissance Club (par 70). Behind him, two strokes away, is the American Davis Riley, 2/o with 63 (-7) and author of seven birdies, of which five consecutive.

Among the big names in the competition, good start for Rory McIlory. World number 3, the Northern Irishman is 3/o with 64 (-6) alongside Belgian Thomas Detry. False start for Francesco Molinari. The Turinese, second in 2012, is 99/o with 71 (+1).

Starting on the 10th hole, he made two birdies in the front nine. Then, in the second part of the race, he found it difficult with four bogeys and only one birdie.

Scottish Open, results

Before him is his brother Edoardo. The only Italian to have won the competition (in 2010), he is 74/o with 70 (par).

For him two birdies and as many bogeys. Guido Migliozzi did better than them. The Vicenza player, with a score of 68 (-2), with two birdsies and no bogey, is not only 26/o but he is also the best of the three blues in the match. The same score as in the Veneto also for Scottie Scheffler, world number 1.

Late, however, Xander Schauffele. The Californian, who defends the title conquered in 2022, is 74/o equal not only to Edoardo Molinari, but also to the English Luke Donald, captain of the Europe team at the Ryder Cup in Rome who, in Scotland, plays the first two rounds alongside Chicco Molinari. The event, which offers $9,000,000 up for grabs and sees eight of the best ten in the world compete, anticipates The Open, the fourth and last men’s Major of 2023 scheduled for July 20 – 23 at the Royal Liverpool GC in Hoylake, in England. Scotland (in English and Scots Scotland, in Scottish Gaelic Alba) is a constituent nation of the United Kingdom.

Located at the northern end of the island of Great Britain, it occupies more than a third of its surface with its 78764 km² of extension. It is surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean via the Norwegian Sea to the north, the North Sea to the east and the North Channel and the Irish Sea to the southwest.

It has no international borders: its only border is its internal border with England to the south. In addition to the section located in Great Britain, the territory includes more than 790 smaller islands, among which the archipelagos of the Hebrides, Orkney and Shetland stand out.

Edinburgh, the nation’s capital and second city, was the center of the 18th-century Scottish Enlightenment, which transformed the country into one of Western Europe’s commercial, intellectual and industrial powers. Glasgow, the largest city in Scotland and the fourth largest in the United Kingdom, was once one of the world’s leading industrial centers.

It stands at the center of the Greater Glasgow conurbation. Scottish waters consist of a large portion of the North Atlantic and North Sea, and have contained, as long as the United Kingdom has been a member, the largest oil reserves in the European Union; This has ensured that Aberdeen, Scotland’s third largest city, obtained the title of European oil capital.

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