Alex Noren, Sweden will face Anthony Wall, England in the final round of the Aberdeen Asset Management Paul Lawrie Match Play on Sunday at Archerfield Links Golf Club in Scotland.
Alex and Anthony / getty images
Alex beat fellow Swede Johan Carlsson 4 and 2 in the morning’s quarter-finals and then overcame James Morrison 3 and 2 in the afternoon session of the Aberdeen Asset Management Paul Lawrie Match Play.
Alex is also looking for his second win in Scotland in as many months after winning the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open at Castle Stuart in July, he is amazed by his achievement;
“It feels amazing.”
“I’ve never even been close in a match play event before, and it’s pretty hard mentally these matches, but I like it.”
“I think this year has been quite consistent. Maybe not super golf all the time, but pretty consistent.”
Anthony beat Oliver Fisher at the 22nd hole in the afternoon, but chipped in for eagle to beat Haydn Porteous in the morning session;
“Obviously sorry for Oli, because it was a good game and someone had to lose.”
“It’s a shame, because we’re good pals and we played well. It was a good game.”
Tomorrow the third-place play-off will be an all England affair as Oli Fisher and James Morrison go head to head.