Aaron Rai Remains Solo Leader In Ireland; the spanish, far away

The Englishman was alone at the head of the Irish Open with -8. Cañizares (+4), Elvira (+4) and Arnaus (+5), out of the fight for the win heading into Sunday.

The Englishman Aaron Rai remains the solo leader of the Irish Open, a European golf circuit tournament that is played at the Galgorm course in Ballymena, in Northern Ireland, and this Sunday he will face the fourth and final day with a stroke of advantage.

Rai, leader from day one, delivered a card of 67 strokes (3 under par) this Saturday for 202 total (-8). They beat the Australian Maverick Antcliff by one and the trio formed by the Thai Jazz Janewattananond, the South African Dean Burmester and the Swede Oscar Lengden by two.

The Englishman from Wolverhampton, 254th in the world and one of the few professional golfers who wears gloves on both hands, is pursuing his second title on the European circuit after the 2018 Hong Kong Open. As for the Spanish, Nacho Elvira and Alejandro Calizares they are +4 in total. Adri Arnaus marches with +5.

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