Final Round Highlights Golf: Scottish Open


Final Round Highlights

Highlights of the final round of the Scottish Open from Dundonald. This time last year, Sweden's Alex Noren was celebrating on the final day, beating Tyrrell Hatton by one stroke.


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# Hey, world. # Here I am.

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# Don't tell me not to fly, I've simply got to.

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# If somebody takes a spill, it is me, not you.

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# Don't rain on my parade. # Don't tell me not to live.

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# Life is candy and the sun is a ball of

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butter. # Nobody had better rain on my

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Parade. It is the final day of competition

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at Dundonald. And we have blue skies in Ayrshire. It was more survival

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Saturday yesterday in howling wind and rain at the Scottish Open, but

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despite the conditions, we saw some pretty impressive golf and, as a

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result, we have 16 players separated by just four shots going into the

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final day, and this is what they are playing for, and this is how they

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stand heading into today's play. England's Ian Poulter in search of

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his first European Tour win in five years. Sharing the lead with Callum

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Shinkwin and Andrew Dodt. They know that a big finish today could secure

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their place at next week's Open Championship. Andy Sullivan is right

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in contention. There are sure to be a few Browns around the course.

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Andrew Johnson is It is all going to be about golf

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management today. Go aggressive at the right time, and a low score is

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certainly possible. Rafa Cabrera-Bello has back-to-back

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birdies on two and free. Matt Kuchar stalled yesterday, but

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he is moving in the right direction today. This approach setting up

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birdie on the third to take him to 6-under. And this is Beef making

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birdies already. And how does that leave things? Three tied at the top.

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But they are lining up behind. Nicolas Colsaerts looking likely to

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set the clubhouse target. And Rickie Fowler in red figures for the day.

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Let's get out with the commentary team.

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On the tee from England, Ian Poulter.

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APPLAUSE A win today would get him back into

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the top 50 in the world rankings, which seemed a remote possibility

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only three months ago. A strong left crosswind at the 1st. Ten months off

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after foot surgery last year, so very much a comeback.

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That is OK. On the tee from Australia, Andrew Dodt.

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The two time winner on the European Tour. Quite a mechanical looking

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player, but, technically, not a whole heap to go wrong and he played

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well yesterday. A round of 71 in that wind was pretty impressive.

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Sliding away too far right. All 66 players have started. Some of them

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have finished. The final round of the Aberdeen Asset Management

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Scottish Open in the sunshine, I am delighted to say, of the Dundonald

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Links in Scotland. A little bit of work to do for a

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bogey, for Sullivan. He tugged it a bit. A lot of

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runaways off the greens. Andrew Dodt has a good Larroyer. The ball is

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sitting a little too high off the ground and above his feet -- he has

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a good lie. He has 165 and this could be a flyer. It could be tough

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to judge the distance. It sounded a clean enough strike. He played a

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marvellous shot. That is awesome, as good as we have seen their today.

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Carlson. This for par. Ian Poulter has to go up a huge bank. Probably a

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60 degrees bank. He has the putter out. This is likely to go well past

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the hole. It was just a terrible miss from the fairway.

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Matthieu Pavon, this is to get to 8-under. And nicely done.

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This is downwind. It should have left to right to it but it is a

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fairly flat part of the green. I would not play a lot of break. A

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touch more, he would have made it. Playing into the wind. What a

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cracking shot. Big eagle opportunity. That was a little

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unlucky. Great birdie for Andrew Dodt, who

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moves into the lead on his own. Good round of 71 yesterday with a birdie

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on the last. Soren Kjeldsen needs to get within three. A great putt.

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Really well done. Andrew Dodt from Australia looking

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for his third European Tour win holes a one shot lead over Callum

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Shinkwin, who is looking for his first. A lot of good scoring today.

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With an iron shot of such quality, he deserves an eagle. Go! Just a

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fraction more would have held it on the line. Still, an excellent

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birdie. Looking dangerous. Underneath the

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bridge. That is a bad break. That is a bogey for Graeme McDowell.

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It just seemed to be backing up from the moment he struck the ball.

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You have to take it on. You cannot lay up when everybody can get it on

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in two. Oh. Lucky, lucky Jim. One guy is

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unplayable and the other guy is perfect. Ryan Fox left one in the

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bunker so this is a putt for bogey. Good putt. A good save in the end.

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Andrew Dodt is dropping the ball essentially equity distant to where

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it came to rest. I am not sure if that is where it hit the hazards.

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Just short of the bridge. I thought it might have run up to the

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finishing position. It just slipped in. I think he takes it right at the

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flag. If he pulls it left, it runs up the green.

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It is soft right in front of the green, but every chance of getting

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up and down for his par. Callum Shinkwin. Birdie putt at four. We

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are told it was a six iron. Three there is always a good score

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at the 4th. A very good approach. Well done. To

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salvage par. 405 yards. The hole eight paces in

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today. Terrific. He could have been so good on this front nine. Ryan Fox

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at six playing three of the tee, at least provisionally. The first found

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the middle of the course. Can you believe that? I do not think I have

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seen that before. Holing out with a provisional ball. It is not

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provisional any more. Don't go looking for the other ball! How good

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is that? This is a slow putt up the hill,

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especially the first third, breaking left-to-right.

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Good putt. Andrew Dodt. The 31-year-old from Queens land. Now

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leading by two. Oh!. Not the start pool to wanted.

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Birdie at the 1st, he got his birdie at the par-5 3rd. This for a bogey

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at four. So Paul drops back into a group of five players now at

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8-under, three behind Andrew Dodt -- Poulter drops back. Another fine

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iron shot, this form birdie and a half, with beef. Yes, well done.

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Took us a while to find Andrew Dodt's ball, it's since a long

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rough. Had to really chopped down and make contact, he's on a big

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upslope into the wind. He'll be lucky to get this more than 130-140

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yards. Just barely got it back out the fairway. I'd be happy with that.

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He was lucky to find it. You'll Babin Andrew Dodt leads by two from

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Cabrera-Bello and Callum Shinkwin. An uphill right to left for the

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birdie. Didn't want to come. Very difficult

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fifth green. Lots of undulations. This was a putt for par for the

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leader. So first bogey on the card for the Aussie and his leaders back,

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to just one. Birdie putt to get 8-under. Well, it

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is very bunched, isn't it? There is any number of 14 players could still

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win, with a bit of a run. I good birdie from Ryan Fox. Moves

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to 8-under, two back. Shinkwin, for his first birdie of the day. Get

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himself to 10-under and a tie for the lead. There's the leaderboard

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final round of the Aberdeen asset final-round -- of the Aberdeen asset

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Scottish Open. Callum Shinkwin and Andrew Dodt leading from

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Cabrera-Bello by one. Shinkwin in a great position to attack. The pin at

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the front. Not too much spin on it, with a bunker at the front. It's

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just playing darts, isn't it. The golf course has been softened by the

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reins. This is Matthieu Pavon, the young Frenchman.

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Lying exactly 100th in the race to Dubai, it's the bottom place that

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will retain the card for next year. Callum Shinkwin, birdie to go to

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11-under and he now leads the Championship, by one, from Andrew

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Dodt. Wrapping up for par. Big lipped out. It's a tough break for

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the young German. No danger today of Shinkwin running

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out of fairway, the wind more left than behind on the ninth where it

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has been. Moving left to right. A glorious drive. He's finding his

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feet here. I was unimpressed early on, he was attacking a bit too much.

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Cabrera-Bello, snagged up in a bit of rough. But no problem. Makes no

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difference to him, does it? The swings early on looked tight and

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quick. He's the only player amongst the leaders not yet to have dropped

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a shot. Is quite a gold way of playing it, because you can't go for

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the back here using this downslope at the back of the green.

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Cabrera-Bello looking for another birdie. He is on the 12th. What a

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great effort. Look out, here we come. Mr tee on the front line but

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coming back very nicely now. Just one back from Shinkwin. That's a

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simple tap in, very slightly right of centre I'd say, to get to 12 and

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a. An old head on young shoulders, he doesn't look fazed at all by

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being at the top of the leaderboard. The 24-year-old just knocking in a

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third birdie already today, and he is on course for a maiden European

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Tour title, not to mention a place at Royal Birkdale next week, and a

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very healthy prize fund. He did say this week could be life changing.

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Keep playing like this on the back nine and it just might be. Padraig

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Harrington is putting a lovely round together after the rather tough day

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yesterday. He's played quite beautifully. Another lovely shot

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from him. That will be for a 66, that would move him to tied fourth,

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at eight, so finishing on a much higher note than yesterday, Padraig.

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Dropped one a couple of holes ago. He is steadied the ship with a

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couple of pars. Back towards Shinkwin.

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Yes, well done. You hate to see putts, well-deserved, well played.

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Sharon is a lot of stuff this afternoon. Good man. Let's get back

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to Harrington. 67 and 68, the wind and rain got him yesterday. Just a

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tiddler on the first green, took 79, and he's come back with a fantastic

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round of 66. There we are. 138 window, straight across from the

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left, this is a flight or lie. It's going to be a tough one to keep on

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the green, I would think. Not for him. Beautiful shot.

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OK, Cabrera Bello hasn't got the shot yet today. A couple behind the

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leader. Well done, because he missed a few going out and that was nicely

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holed, and he's really putting together a very special round.

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I think this one just needs to be left edge. It's where you hit it and

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didn't turn. A very good try. I think the reason it feels a bit

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chilly is because the leaders teed off at 335. Poulter to save par.

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This will just give him a little bit of a sudden adrenaline boost --

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adrenaline boost or something, because he's not firing right now.

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APPLAUSE That was a very good four in the

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end, the chip inside, a marvellous pitch. He still thinks he can do it.

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Is a big electronic leaderboard just the left of the 11so Shinkwin can

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make note of the position. He knows he's in front on his own, so added

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pressures there. As Mark said, he's played a very sensible shot here,

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given himself a chance of a birdie. There's a little bit of right to

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left to start with but that may not have much impact when it's left to

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right. I've never seen so many double breakers on a course as this

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one. Again, he's left a lot of putts just that little bit short. Just

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hasn't quite, otherwise he'd have been a good deal better than he is

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and he's leading the pack. The actual landing area is over a

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hill and to one side of the players, but they have a pretty good line

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with fairway that they can see before it goes over the hill.

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He threw that so high, right off the clubface. It moves a little from

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right to left. That's in the bunker. That will almost certainly be just a

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little flip out. Another excellent effort.

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APPLAUSE Fox ahead at the 12 for a birdie.

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This would get him out of the big tie for fourth, and yes, into force,

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on his own. He moves to 9-under. -- into fourth place.

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He's done really well. It looks like he's going to salvage par. Well

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done, Andrew. That's brilliant stuff.

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At last. At last he is but one in. A very interesting step, the first

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time in a sweep that it stayed on par. Four and on the back nine.

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Birdie putt for Rafah. To get to 11-under and one back. That

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scorecard is starting to look a bit tidy. This for his par. This is

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going to slide from the right. He's going to have to start with the ball

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outside the right edge, unless he's going to hit it in with a lot of

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speed. Well, outside right, did you say? Yes, it's outside right, if

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you're going to die it in there, almost double. He didn't see that,

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that's why I checked with you. It's very difficult to see much of his

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birdie putt on the 12th. Maybe a case of a little bit left to right

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at the end. Something about this hole, was it

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Cabrera-Bello who hit it some one ear? Someone did, but not many. --

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who hit it somewhere near. That's more like it! That's as good as

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we've seen. Says goodbye to the blues boss, gives new meaning to the

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blues boss, the tee there. A good look here from the aircraft circling

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the golf course, Andrew Dodt. He's got back to get the shot that he'd

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dropped at ten. A bit of work for Shinkwin, this for par, the first

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test and he's passed it. From over the back of 13, it didn't

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sound like he got all that but he hit it perfectly. Goodness me, look

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how quick that is downhill. It's brilliant, isn't it?

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And not that firm. 17th, Matthieu Pavon.

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Minus nine. Six birdies. Just the one drop shot.

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This would get Andrew Dodt within one of Shinkwin, along with

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Cabrera-Bello. No problem. These three players at the top are two

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clear of Matthieu Pavon and Ryan Fox.

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Shinkwin, second shot. Spin. Great shot. He has played so

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well today. Very impressive. It is hard to believe he has not done

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something else earlier. For par, Cabrera-Bello.

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Another one goes in for par. He has certainly got his touch, this back

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and nine. Two big ones and a ten footer at 13.

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Shinkwin leads, one ahead of Cabrera-Bello. And Andrew Dodt. Look

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at the scoring. Brilliant, 66 from Padraig Harrington, moving him up

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the field. Mac Kuchar and Andy Sullivan not making a heap of

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progress. A few parfum, his second at the 18th. A lot of club. To have

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any chance he will need an eagle, which would get him to eat 11-under.

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-- Matthieu Pavon. What a beautiful shot. No nerves. He ripped it.

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Matthieu Pavon, eagle putt. This to get to 11-under and post a score.

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For a round of 6-under, 66 today. A good day at the office and more than

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likely a spot in the Open Championship next week. Andrew Dodt

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for birdie. 11 holes, 26 putts? That can't be

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right, can it? 18, Matthieu Pavon, his first year on Tour. Was 100th on

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the list. That will change his life. He will probably get in the Open.

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And a decent check for him. That was played with a lot of feel.

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He gently slid the club under the ball. It was beautiful.

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Could not put it in a better spot. Up the hill for Ian Poulter.

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An iron from 250 yards. It shot on and a bit right, but not enough to

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get up the bank. Stopping short of the bunker. That is not too bad.

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Two putts here would be a good result for Andrew Dodt.

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Go, get up the hill. Very slow. It is such a steep tier on the 13th.

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He has swung the club beautifully all afternoon, Rafa Cabrera-Bello.

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He had three opportunities the front nine. He has started to make putts.

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Big putt for Andrew Dodt, who has played well, but just beginning to

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wobble with two bogeys in the last three. He has not hit it. Just

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tightening up a little bit. Three bogeys in four holes. Now four

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behind Callum Shinkwin. Ian Poulter's chances are beginning

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to slip away. He has to hole this. And he does. 9-under, five to play.

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Four behind Shinkwin. Positive stroke. Just slipping by,

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but a good effort. A pity the chip just got away from him. We should

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not get ahead of ourselves and I hope he is not, but if he wins, he

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will earn more than double his career earnings so far. In one week.

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The 17th, Rafa, glorious second shot.

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Yes. Marvellous. He has played wonderfully well this afternoon.

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Another splendid birdie. True that quite low, it should sit

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down pretty softly. -- he drew it. Well done, a marvellous effort.

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He had to find the fairway. He has played beautifully. Can he find the

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final green in two? STUDIO: What around the Spaniard is

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putting together. It has been over five years since Rafa last tasted

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victory but if you believe in omens, on both occasions he has won he has

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beaten an English man by a single shot. Look out, Callum Shinkwin.

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Callum Shinkwin with the two shot lead over Cabrera-Bello.

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You can see the flag atop the grandstand. It gives you an

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indication of what the wind is doing and it seems to have picked up a

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little. It is not in the burn. He is going

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to have a shot. He can still get up and down for birdie. It will not be

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easy. He got very lucky. He would take par again, you can bet

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your life, 24-year-old Callum Shinkwin. That is fabulous. They

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have taken 30 yards off this hole today. It has been a devil of a

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hole. Andrew Dodt. No birdie. Things have gone awry for Andrew on the

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back nine. Playing with Ian Poulter in the last pairing. Ian Poulter

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with a putt for par. Make sure of the birdie. Well done Rafa

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Cabrera-Bello. It is going to be a round of 64. 275

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yards. A great position. Just hitting straight down the green.

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Talking to his girlfriend, Stephen Sackur void, a lady pro herself. She

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said he is naturally a laid-back character. -- Steph McAvoy.

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What about this for a closing birdie for Cabrera-Bello.

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Brilliant. Well done, Rafa Cabrera-Bello, who has become one of

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the best players in the world, but he has not managed a tournament win.

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Five years since he last won, but he has done everything you could want

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him to do today. A terrific round of golf. Will it be enough to make him

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Scottish Open champion? The voice of the former Scottish

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rugby captain Andy Nicol, who has been doing the introductions all

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week. The challengers are falling away. Ryan Fox would do well to stay

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at 9-under. Matthieu Pavon has certainly done

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enough to win a place at the Open Championship.

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438 yards. He wants to hang him. No, no. -- he wants to hang in.

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A similar putt to the previous hole. Just a little bit right to left.

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Turn. The only mistake he has made with the putter. He has left a lot

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of putts slightly short. Just a tap-in.

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Can Andrew Dodt squeeze a par out of this?

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A very expensive back nine. Drop shot at ten and birdie on 11th.

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He wants to make sure he is left of the bunkers on the far side of the

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dogleg. The biggest tee shot of his career. Going left. Get lucky. It

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did. It is fine. Fox for bogey. Two lost balls in his

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total of 1-over. He could have been in trouble off the tee. He has been

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fortunate, take advantage of it. APPLAUSE

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Played it nice and safe, made sure it got over the bunker. Stopped

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before the back of the green. Graeme McDowell. Hopefully final shot of

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the day, 1-over for his round. That's a nice way to finish.

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APPLAUSE Even par, 5-under for the

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tournament, for the former US open champion. How much Shinkwin would

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love to see this one drop. The good putt, perfect pace. So close. Just

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doesn't really seem to be affected by the situation at all. Par at the

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last. To win. What a performance this would be.

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Well, that's a round of 74 Ryan Fox, 8-under par. Another good week. This

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is a driver, I'd have thought some sort of iron and a wedge. But he

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looks as though he's really confident and comfortable with his

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swing. The I certainly hope he is. It's not time to blast one miles

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right. Superb. There's your answer, mate! Yeah.

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Andrew Dodt, is this for a par? Well done. Who knows how very important

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that is. Four four finish will get one of the. He'll be very happy to

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find the green today. That's going to be nice and

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difficult, Dougie Donnelly, how would you play that? Yeah, with Mike

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a shot, probably! -- with my A shot, probably! Shinkwin, it's all his. If

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he gets this wrong, it's so easy to put it in the hazards, over the

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other side. He's going to try it. Fingers crossed. Stay there, stay.

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OK, well... Up and down for the win. It's no Andy Sullivan.

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Shinkwin is leaving the flag in, so if it is a bit hot coming up there

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and hits the flag the chance of Holding it, trying to get it within

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two feet, or so. Go, oh, goodness me, go.

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APPLAUSE OK. He's got about eight feet left,

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now. I haven't been able to get close, I

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think it's on the left side. Said Callum Shinkwin for a fairy tale

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victory. Oh, no! No! Oh, the only mistake all day! The

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only bogey on the card. And it drops him into a play-off.

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STUDIO: So a sudden-death play-off required

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at that links. Shinkwin and Rafa Cabrera-Bello had at the final 18.

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The final group of Ian Poulter and Andrew Dodt struggled to get going

:50:42.:50:45.

in a final round, pulled her carding a two of the par 74, he finished

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tied for ninth and Australia Andrew Dodt required this putt to make it

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to the Open Championship. Andrew Dodt just pipped Anthony Wall to a

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place at Royal Birkdale faxed to his higher ranking and will be joined by

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Callum Shinkwin and Matthieu Pavon, whose round of 66 saw him finish

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three back. But there were more pressing matters at hand for

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Shinkwin, before he could think of Birkdale. First, on the tee, Rafa.

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A perfect tee shot under pressure, as the Spaniard looks to secure his

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third European Tour title. Shinkwin had to put any thoughts of his

:51:30.:51:31.

regulation 18 hole behind him. And the 24-year-old finds the middle

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of the fairway. Shinkwin then to play first, as we join the action.

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COMMENTATOR: He'll be looking for height. Needs

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to move along way left-to-right. Oh, no, same place again. Or

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virtually. He's on the down slope. He's got to get over the bunker to a

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tight pin. Oh, I don't believe it! Seriously, well, I know he'll be

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going at it this time. This is a good-looking shot, right

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at the pin. APPLAUSE

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That's a wonderful shot. That's right down the flag by Rafa

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Cabrera-Bello. Advantage Spain. CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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That was brilliant, wonderful shot. That was just all over it, wasn't

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it? I think to get it close he has to

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bump it into the bank. It's almost impossible to play it. He's playing

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with a pretty lofty club, but to land it at the top of upslope, down

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to the hole. Hasn't given it quite enough.

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APPLAUSE Is it my imagination or did that

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look a little bit quick? Yes, it was a little bit anxious there, a little

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bit unlucky as well. Just stuck into the bank, didn't bounce forward.

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This, to win the title. Oh, and he's left it short!

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APPLAUSE In for a birdie four but he had the

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chance to close the door there. He spotted for par for the most part

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pretty well today. The birdie putts in this sort of arrangement dropped.

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Is to keep the play-off alive. Oh, and he's left it short again! You

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can only feel for Callum Shinkwin, but after five years, Rafa

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Cabrera-Bello is a winner again, and he's done it in a Rolex series event

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at one of the most prestigious tournaments in the European Tour.

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Rafa Cabrera-Bello is the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open

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champion. CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Two Spanish winners in a row on the Rolex series. Rafa Cabrera-Bello

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bellow in Scotland. STUDIO:

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So Shinkwin coming up just short but it was the week for the English man,

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who was ranked 405th in the world. We had to Birkdale next week knowing

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his Tour card will be safe for the foreseeable future, but for the

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second week in a row on the European Tour its Spanish celebrations. Rafa

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Cabrera-Bello's final-round 64 is the best of the week and he triumphs

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over the strongest field in Europe so far this season to take the

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trophy. Ewan-macro congratulations. U2 played superb golf today but to

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go out with the pressure of the play off holed you must be delighted with

:55:48.:55:51.

how you did? In a play-off anything can happen. Regardless of the

:55:52.:55:54.

outcome or the players, at the end of the day they go 50-50. I was

:55:55.:55:59.

happy to be there, really enjoying that situation and I hit two great

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shots and the birdie was enough. So I'm very happy to have got in win,

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finally. I'm gutted, obviously. Fair play to Rafa, he won it, so fair

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play to him. We're standing on the 18th tee come you have a one shot

:56:23.:56:26.

lead, decide to go for the green. Would you change that if you could

:56:27.:56:31.

go back? No, never, I hit it exactly where I wanted to hit it, but the

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finish wasn't where I wanted to be. It's been a huge week this week.

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What do you take from here to Royal Birkdale next week? Playing what I'm

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doing, what I'm doing is working. Keep doing that and hopefully the

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results will come next week. Golf is a funny game, last year so

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consistent but without the silverware. This season, up and

:56:53.:56:56.

down, but you have your hands on silverware. How do you sum it up? I

:56:57.:57:00.

do feel like I've played good this year. It's been a new experience

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playing in America cargo coming back and forth -- going back and forth.

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But overall, I've been pleased with the way I've performed. Winning

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again, it's unbelievable. I was overdue.

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STUDIO: There's more sensational sport to

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come on the BBC starting on Monday. Tune into five live sports extra for

:57:26.:57:29.

Test match special's coverage of the fourth day of the second Test

:57:30.:57:33.

between England and South Africa. There's highlights from the

:57:34.:57:36.

hamburger leg of triathlon's World Series on BBC Two. -- the Hamburg

:57:37.:57:44.

leg. A special treat from the Chronicles of the champion golfers

:57:45.:57:47.

sees some of the greatest players of all time look back Open triumphs.

:57:48.:57:51.

The main event gets under way at Royal Birkdale on Thursday. BBC Two,

:57:52.:57:56.

8pm each day, for two hours of highlights, with live coverage on

:57:57.:58:01.

five live and the BBC Sport website. Look out for a special Facebook

:58:02.:58:06.

live, defending open champion Henrik Stenson takes over the BBC sports

:58:07.:58:09.

Facebook page, just after 2pm on Monday. A huge week in the golfing

:58:10.:58:16.

calendar to come. As Rafa Cabrera-Bello heads to Royal

:58:17.:58:20.

Birkdale clutching the Scottish Open Trophy, a massive final day effort

:58:21.:58:24.

from the Spaniard, who lists silverware for the first time since

:58:25.:58:29.

2012. The perfect build-up to the biggest week on the links. It's

:58:30.:58:34.

goodbye from Don wobbled and roll on Thursday at the Open Championship.

:58:35.:58:37.

-- goodbye from Dundonald. We'll see you there. Goodbye.

:58:38.:58:56.

Your baby has been loved by me very much.

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Eilidh Barbour presents highlights of the fourth and final round of the Scottish Open from Dundonald.

This time 12 months ago, Sweden's Alex Noren was celebrating on the final day - beating England's Tyrrell Hatton by one stroke at Castle Stuart.

Noren ended the tournament on 14 under after a two-under-par 70 final round and is joined in Scotland this year by four-time major winner Rory McIlroy and Open champion Henrik Stenson.