Jeunghun Wang targets Masters debut after Qatar Masters victory

Playing partner Van Zyl, three shots behind, too kept pace with three straight gains and added a fourth on the par-4 fifth to cut Wang’s lead to one shot, before a three-putt bogey on the very next hole helped Wang make the turn with a two-shot lead.
21-year-old Jeunghun Wang of South Korea came through a three-man playoff against Sweden’s Joakim Lagergren and Jaco Van Zyl of South Africa to win the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters at Doha GC.NEW Zealand’s Ryan Fox continues to impress in his rookie European Tour season with a brilliant third round of 5-under 67 seeing him into the top 20 at the Qatar Masters with one round to play.Wang entered the final round, holding a three-stroke lead, and the advantage evaporated on the back nine on Sunday at the par-72 layout. Tied for the lead playing the final hole of regulation play, he looked in pole position to get the win after two big blows through the back of the 18th.

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Along with Sam Billings – brought in to replace the injured Alex Hales – England’s opening pair put on 98 for the first wicket. PREDICTED INDIA XI: Rahane, Rahul, Kohli (c), Yuvraj, Dhoni (wk), Jadhav, Pandya, Jadeja, Ashwin, Bhuvneshwar, Bumrah.
The South Korean got up and down from behind the green on No. 18 in overtime, then watched as Lagergren couldn’t match and van Zyl three-putted for par. “I always imagined that I would play there”.”My iron play was really good today and my putting was really good”, he said. “I like the wind, the green conditions”.”This feels really fantastic for me”. I’m so happy. I just don’t want to get any pressure this year. “I think I have a good chance to win”, he said with a smile.”I was really nervous on the back nine”. But my chipping was really good, so I saved every par. “I played well but lost in a playoff”. “I can’t complain about the second place, but there is obviously a lot of disappointment right now”, he said. Both were looking for their first European Tour win. I just want to keep winning, I hope. “But overall, I’m pretty happy”, Elviro said.