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Ryan Fox is tied for the fourth as Sergio Garcia has turfed out of a Saud tournament



Ryan Fox, the photo at the Classic Desert Dubai, has tied for a fourth after three rounds in Saudi International.

Ross Kinnaird

Ryan Fox, the photo at the Classic Desert Dubai, has tied for a fourth after three rounds in Saudi International.

Ryan Fox from New Zealand is a fourth place in the Saudi International match and Sergio Garcia has apologized after being disqualified for damaging green in frustration during his third round.

In an incidental third round of the new event in the Middle East, Li Haotong from China made four eagles, including two in its two last holes and three of them on bed 4, to share the leader with Dustin Johnson .

Just as Li finished his round of 8 under 62, the European Tour released a statement saying that former Former Champion Sergio Garcia had disqualified for "serious misconduct."

Garcia said “ in frustration, damaged some lawn, I apologize for, and I have informed my fellow players that will not happen again. & # 39; & # 39;

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The amount of damage was unclear, and what green was happening.

Sergio Garcia Spain, pictured on the tea during the first round, was disqualified in the third round of Saudi International tournament for green damage.

Ross Kinnaird

Sergio Garcia Spain, pictured on the tea during the first round, was disqualified in the third round of Saudi International tournament for green damage.

Garcia placed 71 and even a pair – 16 shots from Li and Johnson – at the time of his DQ.

Fox scored his third round under three of 67 consecutive to join Alexander Levy France in a game for a fourth seven shot after Li's leader.

Li, who had his own disciplinary issues in Dubai last week when he received a two-shot penalty for his own card, said he was "very lucky" to be the first player of Mark Pilkington (Master of Singapore , 2007) to make four shots in one European Tour round.

It was seized for a number of eagles in No. 1, which did the same in number 10 of about 20 yards, and then dropped into six feet of the pin on the 17th par-4. On the par-5th 18, he raised 8-foot abyss to tie with Johnson (65) at the age of 16.

"That eagle, especially the last couple's photos, was really sound," Li said, "but apart [from] In fact, honestly, my play was not so good. & # 39; & # 39;

Johnson, who had a main lead during hours, made four birds from No. 9 to move to 5 under the round. He made a pair in his last six holes.

"If I want to do tomorrow, I'll have to play a really good golf," said Johnson No. 3. "Haotong is a good player and he's been playing well. So I look forward to . & # 39; & # 39;

On a Li round, Johnson added: "Yes, that's pretty striking. Four shots in a golf tournament are pretty good, but four in one round _ take that any day.

Saudi International is new to the European Tour and it will take place during the scrutiny of Saudi Arabia's human rights record and condemnation following the slaughter of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.


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