Ryan Fox from New Zealand recognizes the gallery after winning the second round match against Jazz Janewattananond from Thailand.
Seven months after a bad loss, Ryan Fox named his first European Tour title in distinctive situations on the other side of the world.
A high quality male golf club in New Zealand, 85th in the world, won the international $ 6 million A6 co-ordinated title at Perth Sunday.
Fox, 32, influenced Adrian Otaegui 3 and 2 in the Spanish in the & # 39; Lake Karrinyup's decision to win a winner check of around $ 255,000 in a six-hole encrypted form.
It was the best trip; at Fox on the European Tour of July last year when he lost Russell Knox of Scotland in an Open Irish play, a $ 1.14 million pockets for his efforts.
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"I've been close to two hours and I'm sure I'm really happy to get over the line today in a really special place, I've played a lot of golf here and always enjoyed myself, "said Fox, who was the first person as Professionals at the nearby Cottesloe Golf Club at Open Open WA 2014.
"Adrian did not enjoy it well but I'm really happy to take advantage of that."
Fox was the opponent of the world's No. 71 who had been a formal player on the Sunday tours that followed 54 holes of the game; strokeplay attack.
In late afternoon, the Otaegui sun fell apart when Fox ran on. He compared the first one that the enemy did to his; Bogey, and then poorly lost from Otaegui, saw a Fox exploding after the five again.
When Fox walked in a 20-foot foot on the third, there were three up to three players and had one hand on it; sucks
It was a scratch on tap-in on his / her fourth place for his skin.
"I built the ball very well on the majority of the week and I did that today. I enjoy it very much … I'm happy I played well today and I'm feeling that the ones that are most in control of these games are long. It was fine to end in style. "
The world-wide in the world is a long time to attack an interesting place in the world's top 50s & # 39; as he builds to the opening of New Zealand in a fortnight, and continues to marry him.
Fox crashed earlier on Paul Dunne 1-up of Ireland in one half-half while Otaegui had a comfortable journey with a 3 and 2 victory over Scott Vincent Zimbabwe.
At one level, three New Sealadairean continued to run on Sunday until Ben Campbell and Gareth Paddison out of the last eight.
Vincent spent Campbell in the fourth quarter on the long spinning hole & # 39; Dundee 1 was erased at Paddison at the same level.
Fox was hitting Kristoffer's Norway Rush on the last hole to go to the session.
Fox and Paddison were joined for a fifth of eighty after their graduate certificate.
Campbell had two other pages and he did the last 24, but he had to get three rebounding games to make the finals, which influenced Frenchman Clement Sordet and Brad Kennedy Australia.