A Completely Black Day by Victor Hovland: – The roller blind is here now

A Completely Black Day by Victor Hovland: – The roller blind is here now
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Hovland started the day in the joint 20th place, but with nine strokes behind the leader and very difficult wind conditions it was quite the job for the Norwegian heading into the final day of the Wells Fargo Championship.

The task was no less when Victor opened the day with a ghost.

Wells Fargo Championship

I got angry at the can – this is how Hovland explains the brilliant shot

Yesterday at 18:57

– Discovery commentator Per Haugsrud said: – It takes a good run to get into the top 10, and then can’t take any more bogey.

But the next holes were mostly about saving, and on hole 6 the second bogey of the day was a reality.

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– The curtain is closed now

– It’s a bit of a crisis for Victor, he’s falling down the rolls, says Per haugsrud.

It wasn’t exactly the start we dreamed of. He should take care of the next two holes, says Henrik Bjørnstad, Discovery’s expert commentator, when he’d prefer to turn the first par 5 of the day into the first birdie of the day, but we got something quite different.

Boy Ekeberg went to the green on putt two, but hit the water. From there he shoots the penalty kick, followed by a chip that does not reach the green until he places the next chip and thus saves the tie.

– What happens there? Curtain down now, then. The iron putts on the first seven holes are actually a disaster, says Per Hagsrud.

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Which was in stark contrast to yesterday, where the Norwegian was the best from tee to green.

The case continues below the video:

Hofland: – It was a little perverted


We’ll have to hope for Hoveland’s golf from now on, the commentator continued, and lit a candle with a birdie on the 8th hole. But when the third and fourth bogeys of the day came on the 11th and 12th holes, what had been so hopeful vanished.

It goes from bad to worse. Now he’s managed to make four bogeys in eleven holes, Per Haugsrud sighs.

And when Hovland takes a double-bogey at 16, bogeying the last hole on his way to the clubhouse, he finishes a bleak day in a provisional 44th, which at the time of writing is the worst in the class.

Hovland eventually finished the tournament one under par, 18 strokes behind winner Windham Clark. He died after starting the day nine strokes behind.

Wells Fargo Championship

Victor Hovland with the bird show: – Did I misread, or?!

Yesterday at 18:07

Wells Fargo Championship

Hofland: – It was a little perverted

05/05/2023 at 19:15

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