Ferguson Looking To Become First Scot In 17-Years To Win Twice In A Season.

Ewen Ferguson is just one round shy of becoming the first Scot in 17-years to win twice in a DP World Tour year.
Ferguson, and despite late back-to-back bogeys, superbly holed a 14-foot birdie at the last in a day three 68 to move three clear heading to the final day of the ISPS Handa World Invitational at Galgorm Castle in Ballymena.
The 26-year-old Glaswegian broke through in March to win the Qatar Masters and now 13 DP Tour events later he’s primed to win again.

Ferguson said: “I played the first 36 holes really well but today it was a bit of a grind but I battled away and pleased to shoot a 68.
“I had a four shot lead in Kenya and learned from that in winning in Qatar, so if I don’t win tomorrow  and I’ll move on as I’ll probably gotvanother 1,000 tournaments in my career”.
The last Scot to win twice in a calander year was Colin Montgomerie in capturing the 2005 Alfred Dunhill Links and then two months later he banked victory in the UBS Hong Kong Open.
Ferguson’s good friend Connor Syme (69) shares third at seven-under.

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