Mother gets a new kitchen – British Masters runner-up plans to spend

Posted by on May 12, 2019  /   Posted in golf reviews

Robert MacIntyre finished second in the British MastersBritish Masters final classification, Southport-16 M Kinhult (Swe); -15 M Wallace (Eng), E Pepperell (Eng), R MacIntyre (Sco); -12 R Ramsay (Sco); -11 P Waring (Eng), J Smith (Eng) Other selected: -10 T Fleetwood (Eng), M Kaymer (Ger), O Wilson (Eng); -9 R Fisher (Eng) Leaderboard

Robert MacIntyre has promised his mother a new kitchen after the biggest prize of his career with the British masters.

The last 66 of the Scot brought him to 15-down in Southport, leaving him behind for second place, just one blow behind the Swede Marcus Kinhult.

MacIntyre & # 39; s show will take him home with more than £ 200,000 – the biggest prize of his career.

"She's getting her kitchen now. She's got it, it's an appointment," he said.

The 22-year-old admitted that he was "eroded" but "proud" of how close he came to win his first European Tour.

"It was brilliant. To finish the way I ended up – that's what I work for," MacIntyre told BBC Scotland.

"It is what I practice and do the hours well. I am upset, it was just lacking, I pushed it to the end and I am proud of it.

" I always think that miracles can happen. It was never done. "

MacIntyre played its final round with local host Tommy Fleetwood, who finished tenth after a final round of 73.

" The crowds were there from the start and I've never been for this kind of crowds played, "MacIntyre said." I was a little wary in the beginning, I was nervous. But I couldn't choose a better way to end up playing with Tommy.

"It would of course have been nice to win it, but to be short and how I played, I couldn't think of a better way."

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