ourneyman Australian golfer Andrew Dodt has constrained his way into the British Open field subsequent to sinking a 1.2-meter standard putt to tie for fourth in the Scottish Open.
Dodt began the last round at Dundonald Links in an offer of the lead however dropped out of conflict on the back nine, checking a one-over-standard 73 to complete eight under.
Be that as it may, the 31-year-old from Brisbane positioned 193 on the planet sufficiently did to secure the final British Open spot, and his initially begin in a noteworthy.
"I'm over the moon," Dodt said. "It's been a major objective of mine to play my first major and it's incredible news. "I got myself a tiny bit rationally exhausted on the back nine. "I had an inclination that I utilized a great deal of vitality from the get-go in the round and truly needed to take things a bit slower and approach slowly and carefully a bit since I knew the Open spot was ideal in line..
The trio have a two shot lead over yet another Englishman in Andy Sullivan, whose third round of 67 was the best of the day as well as moved him 27 positions to hold fourth place alone, while another shot back in fifth position are Ireland's Paul Dunne, Swede Johan Carlsson and the in frame New Zealander Ryan Fox. Dodt, from Gatton around a hour west of Brisbane, is a two time victor on the European Tour who seems to have discovered another rent of life in the course of recent months or so with a few decent wraps up a runner-up complete at the Australian PGA Championship and a third place at the Hong Kong Open subsequent to battling with his diversion for quite a bit of 2016.