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On the new world ranking Luiten is placed no. 50. This week the Italian Open.

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Luiten his results since mid June: T68, T18, T51, T151, T56, 26, T52 (including US Open, The Open and PGA Championship).

Luiten his results since the start of the currect season until June: T16, T3, 6, T23, T33, T13, T26, 4, T12 and 3.

Hopefully he gets back on track soon, you simply can't be good all year long. Guess he really wants so shine on the KLM Open again and he might put his program so that he wants to try to peek in september again.

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Luiten will be in a flight with Padraig Harrington and David Howell on Thursday (8.20) and Friday (13.20).

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-2 and in top 10 after 12 holes. At the turn Luiten was +1, but an eagle and a birdie change a lot.

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Excellent first round: -3.

(Gallacher at level par)

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An American is winning..(??)

Ofcourse not. We give them hope, that's all.

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Ofcourse not. We give them hope, that's all.

Haha. I have no idea who "John Hahn" is. As far as I'm concerned, John Hahn is a fake name.

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Very good. His first year on the European Tour, he needs one really good result to secure his card for next year. He might be as good as Luiten in the future... Starting tomorrow I'll be on vacation for a week. Can I trust you guys to keep this topic alive please? :-P

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Very good. His first year on the European Tour, he needs one really good result to secure his card for next year. He might be as good as Luiten in the future... Starting tomorrow I'll be on vacation for a week. Can I trust you guys to keep this topic alive please? :-P

Lol. I'll be sure to fill in adequately.

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Super Joost fired a 4 under 68. Unfortunately somebody named "Hennie Otto"(Probably a fake name) shot 62, so Juice is 8 shots back.

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Had to check the scores from a restaurant's wifi :) Joost at T9, but that Otto guy seems quite far away. A good round today and Luiten has a top position. Are You watching McGinley?

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Eagle on the first! T4 now. Maybe I should find myself a sportsbar here in Belgium. Will it be worth a fight with my wife over that? :-P

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-4 at the turn and T3, come on! Gallacher is at 2, looks like he's going to qualify for the Ryder Cup instead of McDowell.

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Oh wow, -5 after 10, even Otto is getting close now. Is it going to be one of those days??

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