Wiesberger takes the lead in Scotland with Otaegui fifth

The Austrian Bernd Wiesberger was the solo leader of the Scottish Open with a -20 card. Five hits is Adrian Otaegui and seven, Cabrera Bello.

The Austrian Bernd Wiesberger stayed on Saturday only at the top of the Scottish Open of golf, corresponding to the European Tour, at the end of the third round. Wiesberger presented a card on this day of 65 strokes, six under par, for a total in the tournament of 193, 20 under par, which undid the triple tie on Friday at the head of the standings. Neither the South African Erik Van Rooyen, who delivered 67 hits - four under par - and that is second to two strokes, with 195, nor the English Lee Slattery, who this Saturday completed the 18 holes with 70 strokes, one under par, and fell the group that shares the fifth position with 198, managed to follow the rhythm of his teammate on Friday in the first place of the competition that is played at the club The Renaissance, in North Berwick (United Kingdom) .

The third place now is for the French Romain Langasque, with 197, to two impacts of the leader, like the Italian Nino Bertasio, while in the fifth, shared with other competitors, Spaniard Adrián Otaegui broke. His card this Saturday of 67 - four under par - for a total of 198, allowed him to ascend a position. Up to 55 positions, meanwhile, the Italian Andrea Pavan climbed, the best of the day, with 62 strokes, three less than Wiesberger needed to finish the 18 holes. Now accumulates a total of 199. Of the rest of Spanish representatives, Rafa Cabrera is thirteenth, seven hits from the leader; Nacho Elvira continues fiftieth, to eleven; Pablo Larrazabal occupies the position number 67, to thirteen; and Jorge Campillo and Gonzalo Fernández Castaño share the 73rd position, at fourteen


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