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San Antonio. A top result can be expected for Rasmus Højgaard in the PGA tournament Valero Texas Open in the USA. At least if he continues the game he showed on Thursday.
The 21-year-old Danish golfer went an excellent first round in 66 strokes. That equates to a full six strokes under the par of the course.
Only one player has done better so far. It’s the Scot Russell Knox in seven strokes under the par of the course. He’s leading the tournament right now.
However, not all players have finished Thursday’s round, but at the time of writing Rasmus Højgaard is alone in second place.
Among others, the American Matt Kuchar is a blow behind the Dane.
Rasmus Højgaard could even have delivered an even wilder scorecard if he had not made a double bogey on the golf course’s hole nine.
Because in addition, it was a flawless trip around with the golf clubs on the 18 holes. He also delivered an eagle along the way and a full six birdies.
Rasmus Højgaard is the only Dane to compete in the tournament, which is decided over four rounds and ends on Sunday.
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