By Sky Sports Golf
Brendan Lawlor reflects on ending his European Disabled Golfers Association (EDGA) season on a high with a victory met four shots in the Dubai Final at Jumeriah Golf Estates.
Brendan Lawlor takes third European Disabled Golfer’s Association (EDGA) win of The season with a four-shot win at the season finale in dubai.
Lawlor followed an opening-round 70 with An one-over 73 on the Earth Course at Jumeriah Golf Estates, with the Irishman mixes four birdies with five bogeys during an eventful final day.
Canadian Kurtis Barkley just popped in one of the lead but ended up as four back in second place, with Kipp Poppert seven behind in tied third with The English Mike Browne.
“Go to the back nine I was actually best nervous because I knew I had a little of An lead’ said Lawlor, who is now expected to return to No 1 in the world ranking for golfers with Disability (WR4GD). “My putting was not one hundred percent, but I got the job done and that’s what matters.”
Lawlor started the day two ahead and had seen his lead double despite a level-par front nine, while Barkley followed a double-bogey at the sixth with a dropped shot at the ninth.
Barkley birdied on the tenth and jumped in one of the lead when Lawlor made a bogey on the par four next and then canceled out a birdie on the 12th with back-until-back bogeys.
Lawlor birdied on the 15th and bounced back of a dropped shot on the next to birdie the par-three 17th, with a pair at the last seal the win, while Barkley’s challenge pale with two bogeys over to be final three holes.
Italian Tommaso Perrino finished fifth on eight over, with America’s Christ Biggins – winner of the EDGA Cazoo Classic – in sixth place after rounds of 82 and 76.
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