Hutton takes the "Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf" title ... You know the McIlroy Rank
Englishman Terrell Hutton, ranked ninth in the world, shined on the closing day of the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship in its sixteenth edition, and succeeded in clinching the title after achieving a score of 66 in the final round to achieve his sixth victory in the European Tour Championships, and his fourth victory in the Rolex Series Championships.
The championship competitions were concluded at the Abu Dhabi Golf Club today, Sunday, where the English star managed a great performance from the start, and was able to outperform the rest of the players in the last round to lift the Winged Falcon Cup by four strokes.
He started his final day in second place and went on to play hard and score series of Birdie kicks to beat his Ryder Cup teammate Rory McIlroy.
This championship victory is ideal for Terrell Hutton to begin the racing season to Dubai 2021, and the world number 9 will move to the top five in the official golf world ranking, joining John Ram as the player with the most wins in the Rolex series, tying him with four wins.
Hutton managed to achieve his first victory in Abu Dhabi club through his thrilling performances, scoring a Byrdie hit in the 16th hole and two fantastic hits in the 17th and 18th holes.
Australian player Jason Scrivner came second after he scored 14 strikes below par, ahead of McIlroy, who led in the third round, after scoring 66 to climb to the leaderboard, but that was not enough to achieve his first victory in the European tour.
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