Philip McLean signs off with a 66 for a top 10
finish in Morocco
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Precise drives, strong irons and finally two birdies at the right time: With a great performance Dylan Boshart from the Netherlands secured himself the trophy of the Pro Golf Tour's Ocean Open at Agadir on Morocco's Atlantic Ocean western coastline.
It was his first victory at a professional and earned him 5,000 euros.
Rounds of 69, 69 and 70 for a five-under-par total of 208 over the par-71 course made the 26-year-old from Rotterdam the winner by one stroke ahead of his fellow countryman Maarten Bosch and Czech Stanislav Matus who were joint second on 209.
German Stephan Gross achieved fourth place with 3 under par 210.
The highest-placed Brit was professional's son Ben Parker in T5 position with rounds of 74, 69 and 68 for 211.
Peterhead's Philip McLean, pictured above, produced a five-under-par 66, the joint best third round, which pushed him up to a tied eighth finish on one-under 212. His earlier scores were 74 and 72. McLean earned 827.50 euros (£717)
Alexander Culverwell (Dunbar), the only other Scot to survive the 36-hole cut, finished on 216 with rounds of 76, 69 and 71. He tied for 29th place. Culverwell earned 354.75 euros.
LEADING FINAL TOTALS
par 213 (3x71)
208 D Boshart (Ned) 69 69 70.
209 S Matus (Cze) 71 71 67, M Bosch (Ned) 69 71 69.
211 B Parker (Eng) 74 69 68 (T5)
212 P McLean (Sco) 74 72 66 (T8)
216 A Culverwell (Sco) 76 69 71 (T27)
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