Casey dynamites the Desert Classic but Sergio will have options

The Englishman went -15 with an eight-under-par card in the third round. They are followed by MacIntyre (-14), Stone (-13) and five strokes, García., Who already won the tournament in 2017.

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The Englishman Paul Casey, with a lap of 64 strokes (8 under par), which is the best card of the tournament, is with a total of 201 (-15) the new leader of the Dubai Desert Classic, of the Circuit European Golf Championship, after a third day that saw the Spanish Sergio García enter the fight for the final victory, to place himself in fourth position, five hits.

Casey, 43 years old and who in April 2009 became third in the world ranking, already with 14 victories on the European Tour (the last on September 8, 2019), embroidered it on his third round. In addition, he put the icing on the last hole, where he finished with an 'eagle' that took him to the lead alone. Before, he had made six birdies.

A hit by Casey is the Scotsman Rober MacIntyre, who maintains second place by presenting this Saturday a card with 67 (-5) that had everything: an 'eagle', six 'birdies', a' bogey 'and a' double bogey 'Bad route by Belgian Thomas Detry, who started the day as leader and, despite a good start (' birdie 'on hole 2), sank from the 8th, where he added the first of the two' double bogey 'of his third card, to conclude with a 74 that leaves him to seven of the head.

Remarkable performance by the Spanish Sergio García and Rafa Cabrera Bello, with 67 (-5) and 66 (-6) hits respectively. Borriol's, with an 'eagle' (hole 17), four 'birdies' and a 'bogey', despite his five strokes behind Casey, enters the fight for the final triumph in a tournament that he already won in 2017.

Rafa Cabrera Bello ascends to the seventeenth position, nine blows from the head, after a third card without any failure and with four 'bidies' and an 'eagle' in the 13th, a par five that this Saturday saw four other players they ended in three. On the other hand, a puncture from Adri Arnaus, who started in the high zone but paid a bad start, with three 'bogeys' in the first five holes. In the end he went to 74 shots (+2), which relegates him to twenty-second place, with a total of 211.



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