Hatton holds his nerve in six-way Turkish Open play-off

Tyrrell Hatton- Tyrrell Hatton embraces the negatives on way up at Turkish Airlines Open

Tyrrell Hatton- Tyrrell Hatton embraces the negatives on way up at Turkish Airlines Open

Schwab, who held a three-shot lead overnight and missed a birdie putt on the 72nd hole to win the tournament in regulation, was the only player in the second group to make birdie to leave three players heading back to the 18th tee.

The outlet reported Pepperell was officially disqualified for "failure to complete a hole".

This was the first six-man play-off on the European Tour since the 2003 Alfred Dunhill Championship.

"I was well aware of my world ranking coming into this week".

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As the floodlights came on in the Turkish twilight, it was Schwab's turn to impress on the third extra hole with a 20-footer from the edge of the green to stay alive along with Hatton, while Kitayama bowed out after missing his shot. "There wasn't much difference tee to green compared to Friday but I just made a lot of putts, including one from 45 feet from the bottom of the slope at the second. But it was a good day", said Jamieson after carding five birdies in the company of 2018 Masters champion Patrick Reed, who sits alongside MacIntyre as well as English duo Ross Fisher and Tyrrell Hatton and Frenchman Benjamin Hebert. In a scene reminiscent of the "Tin Cup" film, Pepperell had several more attempts - even his caddie could not say for certain whether it was four or five - before informing playing partners Martin Kaymer and George Coetzee that he had run out of balls. He did not ask if he could borrow one from me or George. I only viewed it on television, in [the film] Tin Cup.

For the last time, as it turned out with Hatton making par to Schwab's bogey to deny the 24-year-old Austrian his first ever title having led the tournament since Thursday's first round. The Englishman left a good look at birdie after his third as Schwab chipped his past the pin and into the opposite fringe.

Hatton defeated Matthias Schwab with a par on the fourth extra hole to win his fourth title in memorable circumstances in Antalya. "Sport's great when it's going well, but when it's not going well it kind of hits home so I'm absolutely thrilled". "It's out there, especially with how benign the wind has been and how warm, so the ball is travelling".

"I'm just going to stick to my game plan, being aggressive on approach shots and driver off nearly every tee".

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