Kinhult won the British Masters by one shot – 272 in total – before the trio Eddie Pepperell, Robert MacIntyre and Matt Wallace.
A memory to cherish for the rest of life, it is here:
Kinhult had about 2.5 metres to the cup at the 18th and final hole. Lowered the putt for birdie, it meant segerpokalen and around six million as compensation for the inconvenience.
the Ball dribbled in.
" I have never known the press in the past. The felt in the knees and in the hands, " says Kinhult in segerintervjun.
than to sink the putt was the ability to come back when everything was coming to him from the hands. Kinhults stable games suffered a setback when it really pulled it together.
Two bogeys in a row on holes 15 and 16 got him to lose the lead.
" I thought a lot there, positive and negative. There was much that went through my head then, many feelings. Now I'm so happy that I managed to handle it. This game is so crazy, the margins are so small. I had two bogeys and then suddenly a putt to win, " says Kinhult to Viasat.
Henrik Stenson struggling with motivation, Alex Norén are looking for shape, Jonas Blixt mixes and give – and behind them there is a leash players maximum from time to time now offers success.
Where is the american herrgolf on the road at the professional level? Up, obviously.
Kinhult has long been identified as a – or the – that in the long term, have the talent, the desire and the ambition to step forward and challenge.
< a name as a junior and amateur, but proffstillvaron has most resembled a roller-coaster. Nothing strange in it. It is often the case in a sport with fierce competition. Kinhult had a great boost last season, but this began more difficult.
When he started on a strong note at Hillside on Thursday and Friday meant that only the second managed kvalgränsen in the year. 65 and 69 strokes, followed by 68 on Saturday and shared the leadership with Matt Wallace before the closing 18 holes on a sunny and windless trajectory.
Kinhult had a kind of direction to Wallace after the first half of the round, but on the tenth hole lowered the englishman a long putt. A few holes later, Wallace had the margins against them. Koppsnurr and out – and Kinhult was back in the sole lead.
steady and relaxed, held the mental tension at the right level until the 15th hole. Then came his bogeys. Suddenly, Wallace in the shared lednig with Eddie Pepperell and Kinhult, who finished third.
On the next last hole, he pulled the tee into the crowd, but the chance to turn it all into something much more fun was left. A fine approach shot and Kilhult sank the putt for birdie, and when Wallace missed his birdieputt in front of the clubhouse on the last hole, lowered the Kinhults her.
the Victory was the first on the european Tour since Alex Norén won the Open de France in may last year.
In the shadow of the Kinhult finished Niklas Lemke on two under par. His 278 shots gave a shared åttondeplats.