A round of six strokes over par sent Rasmus Højgaard 32 seats back in the European Tour tournament in south Africa.
the Rasmus Højgaard did not turn in the third round of the European Tour tournament in south Africa.
The Danish golfer went to the penultimate round at six strokes over par, and it sent him all the 32 seats back in the post from a shared 11.-space for a shared 43.-space in total four strokes over par.
the Tournament is the season's first and is also Højgaard's first as a regular participant on the European Tour.
The 18-year-old dane put the rest out with a birdie on the second hole, but from there he made four bogeys, two double bogeys and only one birdie.
The rows for a split 26.-place for the Poke, who is the best dane with total strokes over par, while Watson is the shared number 37 in total, three strokes over par.
from the start of the tournament was also Thomas Bjorn and Soren Kjeldsen, but neither of the two experienced Danish golfers made the cut on Friday and ended at, respectively, 90.-square and 98.-square.
Before Sunday's fourth and final round leads spaniard Pablo Larrazábal the tournament with a total of 11 strokes under par. It is three strokes better than the nearest competitor, Wil Besseling from the Netherlands.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 01 December 2019, 02:00