Hovland wild tour – hanging with lead before sister tour: – unreal

Hovland wild tour – hanging with lead before sister tour: – unreal

Thursday’s opening round in the PGA Qualifiers was a turbulent day for Victor Hovland, who ended up being two strokes par.

But after a massive second round on Friday, there was an exciting round of golf for the Norwegian golf star in Tennessee on Saturday.

Hovland started well in the third round with two early birds, and delivered world class golf throughout the tour.

In the end, the 25-year-old finished five shots equal, after six birdies, bogey, double bogey and eagle. This maintains joint sixth place -9 in total going into the final round on Sunday. Thus, the Norwegian rose in the overall 23rd place, after occupying the joint 30th place after the second round on Friday.

– It’s so good so far! He took good care of the chances that came with very good iron play and a good game. This could be a fun Sunday, says Discovery golf expert Marius Thorpe about the round to Hovland.

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The beginning of the explosion

On Saturday afternoon, the 25-year-old from Ekberg sparred with American Sam Stevens and Japanese Hideki Matsuyama.

It should start well for the Norwegian golf star at TPC Southwind. After leaving even par at the first hole of the day, Hovland actually delivered from the start on hole 2.

He then followed up with Pars on the next two holes, before again emerging world-class on the 5th hole. Hovland first hit a stellar putt in the middle of the fairway, before laying on the green with 3.5 meters to birdie.

From there he sank the second birdie of the day and the great start was a reality.

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On the final four holes of the ‘front nine’, Hovland chipped away on three of the holes, while having to settle for bogey on the 7th hole.

Ellevilt jumper drive

In the ninth, Hovland tied for 26th with a career-low putt for the round.

And just like in Friday’s Tour, Hovland showed himself again from the start in the last nine.

After sinking his third birdie of the day on the 10th hole, he did so as well on the next hole.

– It’s like the PlayStation Golf by Vector now. What a blow, exclaimed Discovery commentator Henrik Bjornstad as Hovland poised for another birdie on the 11th hole.

– Now it’s raw. What a piece of nonsense, fellow commentator Per Hogsrud continued.

On the next 12th hole, Hovland made par, before Hovland followed with two straights on the 13th and 14th holes.

“It’s a bit unrealistic that he’s number three right now,” exclaimed spotter Bjørnstad after the 14th hole.

in the close match

But then the 25-year-old Ekberg had to explain why he is one of the best golfers in the world. On the 16th hole, he put a five-putt for eagle on the green, sinking it as well.

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Here Hovland sinks the eagle’s blow

On Saturday’s penultimate hole, Hovland went to par, before having trouble on the course’s hardest and last hole. The shot ended up in the water and Hovland eventually had to write a double bogey on the scorecard.

The tournament in Tennessee is the first of three tournaments on the FedEx Playoffs, marking the conclusion of the 2022/23 PGA Tour.

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