Arnaus takes off in Rome; Fitzpatrick, firm on head

The English, with -13, resisted the assault of the American Kitayama this Saturday. Arnaus went down to -2 and is now 36th with Otaegui and Fernández-Castaño.

The Englishman Matthew Fitzpatrick resisted the attack of the American Kurt Kitayama and arrives at the last day as leader of the Italian Golf Open, which is played on the Olgiata GC track in Rome.

Fitzpatrick presented a card on the third day with 68 hits for a total of 200, one less than Kitayama, who signed 65, while two hits is the Scottish Robert MacIntyre, who was one of the best of the day with 64.

The English player had a spectacular end of the day, with four 'birdies' in the last six holes with which he arranged a card that was being more than discreet and thanks to which he prevented Kitayama, who was waiting in the clubhouse, to end up as Leader

Three countrymen are compatriot Matt Wallace and Austrian Bernd Wiesberger, with 203 strokes, while 204 is Danish Soren Kjeldsen. Spaniards are far from privileged positions. The best are Gonzalo Fernández Castaño, Adrián Otaegui and Adri Arnaus, thirty-sixth with 211 strokes, and Nacho Elvira is in 59th place with 214.

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