Arnaus, with an excellent 3rd card, co-driver with Migliozzi

The Spanish Adrià Arnaus, with an excellent third card with 65 strokes (six under par), and a total of 199 (-14), has been placed as leader of the Kenya Open of Golf.


The Spanish Adrià Arnaus, with an excellent third card with 65 strokes (six under par), and a total of 199 (-14), has been placed as leader of the Kenya Open of Golf, of the European circuit, rivaled with the Italian Guido Migliozzi. Arnaus and Migliozzi had started the third day to five and six strokes, respectively, of the then leader, the South African Louis De Jager. But this Saturday the Spaniard and the Italian dusted off their excellent shots and completed separate routes to frame.

Así, Arnaus won seven times a blow to the hole, having as a single mole the 'bogey' committed in the 15th that prevented him from leading solo . Even better was the third card of Migliozzi, who signed a 64 (-7), the result of eight 'birdies' and a 'bogey' (hole 18) .

Ambos colideran now, in the absence of a day, with a stroke of advantage On De Jager, who had to settle for delivering a card with 70 impacts, Gonzalo Fernández-Castaño is twenty-second, with a total of 210 (-3), after 73 (+2) this Saturday, while Ivan Cantero Gutiérrez Borja Virto has gone to the 75th place, with 217.

Chile's Hugo León has sunk, who started fifteenth and is now 70, after 77 (+6) of this Saturday, for a total of 216. Same position as his compatriot Nico Geyger, who signed a third card with 73.



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