Rasmus Højgaard was on a shared first place in the Mauritius Open, when he Saturday was finished with the 18 holes.
The 18-year-old Danish golfer Rasmus Højgaard is well on the way to his first major achievement on the European Tour.
When he on Saturday had completed the 18 holes at the third round of the Mauritius Open, he lay on a shared first place.
He shared, however, this status of four other players who still had to finish those last holes.
Højgaard, who last week got the debut on the European Tour in south Africa, did his part of the work with a fine round of 66 strokes corresponding to six strokes under par.
Thus he is in the 15 strokes under par total in Sunday's final round.
along the Way it was for seven birdies and just a single bogey, who drew from in the accounts.
Also, Soren Kjeldsen will interfere in the good end of the post. He is located in the outskirts of the top-10 after a score of 69 strokes on Saturday.
a Total of Cormack in 12 strokes under par.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 07 December 2019, 12:00