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Shot Clock Masters report

Finland’s Mikko Korhonen claimed his first European Tour title as he eased to a six-shot win at the Shot Clock Masters in Austria.

Starting the final round with a five-shot lead, Korhonen made five birdies on his way to a round of 69 while having to battle two weather delays.

The 37-year-old was fortunate to get away with a couple of hooked drives, but the Finn managed to bounce back with birdies after the two bogeys he did make.

After a superb birdie at the 13th hole, Korhonen parred his final five holes with relative ease to lift the trophy at Diamond Country Club.

Next best was Scotland’s Connor Syme, who drained a huge birdie putt on the final green to bag himself the biggest payday of his young career so far.

So did the shot clock succeed? Read Keel Timmins’ full round-up here.


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