Kaymer resurrects in the Memorial and aims for victory

The German, who does not win in the PGA since the Players of 2014, reaches the final round at -15, with two advantage over Adam Scott. The Spanish Cabrera Bello, at +1.


The German Martin Kaymer is, after the 3rd round, the solo leader of the PGA golf tournament Memorial Tournament, which takes place at the Murirfield Village GC in Dublin (Ohio, USA), with a total of 201 hits, 15 under par, and leads in second to second place, the Australian Adam Scott.

Kaymer, wanting to taste again a title of the American circuit, presented an unblemished card, in which he scored six birdies, which have left him alone in the first positionn, followed by Scott, who added a birdie more than the previous one but added a bogey.

Very good day today for Hideki Matsuyama that rose to third place from the twenty-fifth after concluding the course with 64 hits . The Japanese made no mistakes and collected eight birdies to get four of the leader. In addition, Americans Patrick Cantlay and Jordan Spieh, who used 68 and 69 strokes respectively, share this third position.

The Argentine Emiliano Grillo finished with a blow under par and is ninth with 208 impacts, three less than the Chilean Joaquín Niemann, who it is eighteenth. A great day for Spaniard Rafa Cabrera who finished with two shots over par and now accumulates 217 hits. The Gran Canaria occupies the position 59.

Classification after the 3rd round:

.1. Martin Kaymer (ALE) 201 (67 + 68 + 66)

.2. Adam Scott (AUS) 203 (71 + 66 + 66)

.3. Hideki Matsuyama (JAP) 205 (71 + 70 + 64)

. +. Patrick Cantlay (USA) 205 (68 + 69 + 68)

. +. Jordan Spieth (USA) 205 (66 + 70 + 69)

.6. Marc Leishman (AUS) 207 (67 + 71 + 69)

. +. Bud Cauley (USA) 207 (67 + 70 + 70)

. +. Kyoung-Hoon Lee (COR) 207 (68 + 67 + 72)

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.9. Emiliano Grillo (ARG) 208 (69 + 68 + 71)

18. Joaquin Niemann (CHI) 211 (72 + 71 + 68)

59. Rafa Cabrera Bello (ESP) 217 (72 + 71 + 74)

63. Abraham Ancer (MEX) 218 (72 + 71 + 75) .



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