Yang Kuang passes the cut in the Volvo China Open with ... 14 years!

This feat allows him to be the second youngest player in history to overcome the cut in a European Tour tournament.


The Volvo China Open has left an image for the memory. A local player, the Chinese Yang Kuang, has made history with only 14 years. And is that despite such an early age, Kuang has been able to overcome the cut and sign one of the most shocking news of golf so far in season. At 14 years and 6 months, this feat allows him to be the second youngest player in history to overcome the cut in a tournament of the European Tour. In this section he is only surpassed by his compatriot Guan Tianlang, who signed a 58th position in the Masters 2013 with 14 years and five months.

Your cover letter in the Volvo China Open is spectacular, ending with dos shots below par after 36 holes. The young player was so exalted after achieving his feat, in statements collected by the Golf Monthly portal: "I'm very happy, it's amazing." I was very nervous on the 18th since it's a long putt for me but it came in and I'm very happy, there are not enough words to describe this feeling. my mother, my father, my director and my family members for all their support. "

This success is even more valuable if we consider the rivals Kuang beat yesterday, as Ross Fisher (5 times winner of the European Tour), Kurt Kitayama (2 times champion) or the double champion of this volvo China Open, Alex Levy. Golf already has its boy wonder.



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