Henry’s Finnish form slips
SCOTT Henry is targeting more consistency after a disappointing final round of 74 in the Finnish Challenge left him tied 13th.
The 25-year old was in contention heading into the last day after superb scores of 66 and 67 in rounds two and three, but four bogeys against one birdie proved costly.
“I never played well today,” he said. “I struggled from the start and wasn’t nearly as good as the last couple of days.”
On Saturday, Henry credited Gavin Dear with turning his tournament around thanks to a putting lesson after the first round. “I went from my worst putting performance as a professional on day one to the best on day two,” he said.
However, he could not maintain that form on the greens, adding: “I never holed a putt. I probably holed more than my fair share of putts this week so I think my luck ran out.”
Fellow Scots Chris Doak and Andrew McArthur also shared 13th place after final rounds of 71, while Raymond Russell finished tied 24th after a 75 and Jack Doherty closed with a 68 to take a share of 45th place.
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