Play-off agony for Paul Lawrie as Richard Inexperienced secures maiden Legends Tour title
In a single day chief Phillip Worth couldn’t maintain onto his benefit as he completed 9 underneath par.
That allowed former Open champion Lawrie to drive his manner into the play-off as each he and Inexperienced birdied the ultimate gap to complete 10-under for the event.
Paul Lawrie missed out on the Jersey Legends title as Richard Inexperienced claimed victory on the third play-off gap.
The Aberdonian and Inexperienced halved the seventeenth and 18th holes in fours earlier than taking part in the seventeenth once more.
With Lawrie taking 5 pictures on the third additional gap a 3rd 4 was sufficient to offer Inexperienced his maiden tour victory.
Inexperienced stated: “I really feel implausible.
“Clearly to play that properly underneath that strain within the closing holes was very pleasing.
“I haven’t been there for some time I’ve put myself in some conditions over time which has been very testing nevertheless it’s simply good to come back out on high.
“I used to be about as nervous because it will get, to play in opposition to Paul within the warmth of the battle it’s a troublesome train which meant I needed to play my greatest golf to win.
“He has had an incredible profession and gained many tournaments and gained The Open and I knew it wasn’t going to be straightforward.
“I felt actually nervous however I’m actually happy that I managed to drag the pictures off that I wanted to.”
In the meantime, Liam Johnston put a troublesome couple of years behind him by securing his first victory since 2018 on the Empordà Problem.
The Scot posted a 3 underneath par spherical of 67 to complete on 13 underneath par, two away from Englishman Todd Clements who climbed the leaderboard on day 4 to safe his greatest European Problem Tour end at Empordà Golf.