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BRITISH OPEN BECKONS FOR DODT

Hunter golfer Andrew Dodt has battled wet and windy conditions, to grab a share of the lead heading into the final round of the $9-million Scottish Open. He shot a one under par 71 on day three, including this birdie on 18. The Australian was in a similar position at the BMW PGA Championship in England in late May. As an added bonus, a top three finish would see Dodt qualify for the British Open.

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DODT REMAINS IN THE SCOTTISH OPEN HUNT

Newcastle golfer Andrew Dodt remains firmly in the hunt at the Scottish Open, closing in on a dream start the British Open. He’s in a share of second after two rounds, just one shot back from the leaders. If he can hold onto that spot, he’ll line up at Royal Birkdale next week. Dodt is at 8 under, Adam Scott is at 4 under, while Rory McIlroy again missed the cut – for the third time in four events.

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DODT OFF TO A FLYER AT SCOTTISH OPEN

Charlestown golfer Andrew Dodt has made a sensational start to the Scottish Open, after the opening round he’s in a share of second, two shots off the pace. Dodt produced a blistering front nine and can now eye off an even bigger prize. He’ll gain entry into the British Open if he finishes in the top three of those who haven’t already done so. Although the 31 year-old has revealed a problem – he’d already booked a holiday to New York with his wife Ashley for next week, hopefully’ he’ll need to push that trip back.

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DODT SETTLES FOR SIXTH AT THE BMW PGA CHAMPIONSHIP

Overnight leader Andrew Dodt shot a final round 73 to finish in a tie for sixth at the $9-million BMW PGA Championship in England. A double bogey on the par-three 14th cruelled the Newcastle golfer’s chances… but this birdie on 17 restored some confidence. “Crowd murmer. Hello. Hello. Ayyy. Beautifully done from the Aussie.” The 31-year-old missed an eagle putt on 18, but a birdie still helped him earn more than $280,000.

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TOP TEN AT KIWI OPEN LITTERED WITH HUNTER AND CENTRAL COAST GOLFERS

In golf and Michael Hendry has won the New Zealand Open, after the Kiwi won a three way playoff this afternoon. The Hunter’s Andrew Dodt and James Nitties tied with Dimi Papadatos from the Central Coast in sixth. Nitties started the day in striking distance of the tournament leader, but a few early bogeys cruelled his chances. It was a similar story for Papadatos, two bogeys on the front nine and a double on 15 saw him finish with a final round 72. Dodt was more effective. His score of 68 could’ve been even better, if it wasn’t for a few near misses.

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NITTTIES WITHIN STRIKING DISTANCE AT NEW ZEALAND OPEN

In golf and James Nitties remains in the hunt for the New Zealand Open title, despite a frustrating third round. Dimi Papadatos from the Central Coast is tied for third, while Charlestown’s Andrew Dodt is still in striking distance. Nitties carded his third straight round of 66, but it could have been even better. Time after time he was centimetres away from knocking in birdie or par putts. Toronto’s Callan O’Reilly sits at 11 under after an up and down round. He had a front row seat as playing partner Brad Shilton chipped in for eagle on 10.

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