It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.
But Horsefield’s name was on the list circulating in British media circles.
If he wants to participate, he must ask permission from Keith Belly, chairman of Sam Horsfield DP World Tour. The chances of saying “Come on Sam” are slim.
Choose the winner of the 52nd edition of the Belgian Open – just like his example and mentor Ian Poulter. Or switch to the tour or be true.
He played in the final round of 68 strokes on the best Bar-71 course near Horsefield Antwerp and reached a winning total of under thirteen. In the final stages He was two feet ahead of New Zealand’s Ryan Fox – who had to give up first place on the final day – and young German Yannick Paul, who played in last year’s Challenge Tour.
The 25-year-old Englishman will move up to 65th in the world rankings after his third win on the DP World Tour. Participation in majors is approaching.
And then of course the main feature of the whole story. In Belgium, Sam Horsfield earned 327 thousand euros, about 340 thousand dollars. Winning the first match of the LIV tour – 54 holes and nearly fifty opponents – brings in the first five million dollars.
Will Besselling (pictured above) finished with 70 runs in the ring. He started in double bogey and developed four birdies and one boogie. The Western Frisian received a total of five in his name and was ranked 23rd, sharing a fraction of a point in the world rankings.
Don Huising toured 70 strokes on Sunday (three birdies, two boogie) and moved up to 33rd place with the best result of the 2022 season-4.
The four players who hold the ‘full card’ – Bessiling, Huising, Lloyd and Van Trail – have played one of 43 matches on the DP World Tour this season. Loughton and Bessiling each made it into the top-10.
The performance of the Orange team in the Ringwen – Justin Luyton and Darius van Trail missed that selection – so characteristic of this year, people continue to be confused.
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