Scotland’s Connor Syme finished second inside the debut Shot Clock Masters in Austria as Finland’s Mikko Korhonen gotten his first European Tour title.
Korhonen took a five-shot lead into a definitive round at Diamond Nation Membership and his rating of 69 put him on 16-under-standard, six photos forward of Syme.
Syme, 22, birdied the eighteenth with a 50-foot putt to secure second place.
“I sensed that I used to go to complete one thing really cool toward the best,” Syme prompted Newpaper24 Sport.
“I didn’t really foresee it to drop, yet it definitely was totally astounding up and over. It was a basic reward to take a gander at it drop.”
Syme went into the match positioned 836th on this planet in the start of the week.
He finished a shot forward of Steve Webster, Nicolas Colsaerts, Justin Walters and Raphael Jacquelin, and is foreseeing to make a gigantic jump inside the rankings after his most elevated at any point finished on the European Tour.
The current week’s match was the essential in gifted golf to time each shot from every member inside the subject.
Gamers had 50 seconds to take their shot on the off chance that they’re initially to play, together with tee photos on par threes, or 40 seconds for tee photos on various openings or when second or third to play.
The essential two days floated by and not utilizing a solitary time infringement, anyway there have been three on Saturday, with Clemens Prader, Scotland’s Grant Forrest and Andrea Pavan all gave one-stroke punishments.