Paul Casey has become the winner of the KLM Open 2014. The Englishman played a fantastic tournament, equaling the course record (62) in the third round. The former world number three finished one stroke ahead of Simon Dyson.
Home favourite Joost Luiten took fifth place. The 2013 champion played an exciting tournament. He was leading the field after day 1, made a quadruple bogey on day 3, but got back in contention. Luiten just missed out on a second victory, but he gave his fans plenty to cheer for.
Robert-Jan Derksen said good bye to the Dutch home crowd in style. In his twentieth and final KLM Open, Derksen managed to record his best result, finishing eleventh. On his final hole Derksen received a standing ovation. A fitting tribute to a great player and a wonderful career.Leaderboard 2014