68Turkey public Saiketeze topped Li Haotong T3 Wu Ashun tied 30- sports Sohu|Turkey public Saiketeze topped Li Haotong T3 Wu Ashun tied 30- sports Sohu0

Turkey public Saiketeze topped Li Haotong T3 Wu Ashun tied 30- sports Sohu Beijing time on November 4th, the total prize money of up to $7 million for the European Tour Golf European Tour Finals – Turkey open, entered into the first game for the day in Turkey Ankara with concentrated pecan SPA golf resort. George Keteze played well, had a score of 64, ranked first in the first round of the game. South Africa won two victories in 2015, and in the opening quarter bright, including commercial banks in the Qatar masters in the top ten, but 14 games in mid May, he lost 7 games, currently in Dubai only ranked ninetieth on the list of competition. After the Portuguese masters, he ranked tied for thirty-first, out of the race thanks to many people including Rory Mike Roy, tiger Woods, Patrick Reed, George Keteze ushered in the opportunity of their own, he made full use of his opportunity to hit out of the first round of 7 under par results. John Olsen Tobey of Denmark with 1 bar behind, followed by the Spaniard Carl Jung Camilo, China player Li Haotong, Italy’s Matteo Manasse Lo and Italy’s Bernard Weiss Berg, who with 5 below par score ranked third. "I’ve been eliminated a lot, and I’m really lucky to be in this tournament this week and I’m just trying to make the most of it." George Keteze said, "I am in the past three or four weeks have actually played better. Over the past few weeks, I’ve been a bit of a swing, but lately I’ve started to score better and play better, it’s just a matter of putting everything together. I of this week’s accumulation is very excited, I am very happy with my game to happen, but it on the golf course show me more active in a better mood, I did not expect to be shot 64, but I’m really happy." The Li Haotong shot 66 bogey free, Wu Ashun also played well, he in 3 holes and 4 holes to grab a bird ball, 15 hole bogey, round shot 70 under par 1, ranked tied for thirtieth. Beyond Henrik steensen, to return to Dubai to contest the first list of Danny Willett, shot a 69 under par 2, ranked tied for twenty-first. (Alse)