Fox finishes fourth on way to Open

Rebecca Barbier
Julho 17, 2017

Fox hit his first ball into some bushes, so he needed to hit a provisional ball in case he couldn't find the original.

They both may pale in comparison to the hole-in-three, which normally occurs when a player has hits their ball into a water hazard, re-tees and then knocks it in.

The flawless shot was still well worthy of celebration as a beaming Fox high-fived his caddy and playing partner on the walk to the green.

Fox carded a final round two under par 70 to finish on 8 under, five shots behind the victor, Spain's Rafa Cabrera-Bello.

Fox said the fourth place finish keeps up his momentum heading into his second Open championship at Royal Birkdale later this week.

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The accident is thought to have been due to rough sea conditions but an investigation is under way to find out the exact cause, according to a government statement quoted by the Reuters news agency.

It is Fox's third top 10 finish in three weeks on the tour and see the Kiwi hit 14th on the 2017 Race to Dubai money list with a total of NZ$1.28m.

"I hit probably the worst shot I've hit as a pro followed by the best shot I've hit as a pro".

John was delighted to be teamed up with Spanish superstar Rafa Cabrera-Bello, now ranked number 31 in the world, together with two promising 15-year-old Scottish golfing talents.

His performance also lifted him into the top 100 of the Official World Golf rankings for the first time.

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