Johnson assaults the leadership and Sergio García regains ground

The American Dustin Johnson, leader of the world classification, will face the last day of the International tournament in Saudi Arabia as the top seed.

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The American Dustin Johnson, leader of the world golf rankings, will face the last day of the International tournament in Saudi Arabia as the top seed, two strokes ahead of Frenchman Victor Perez. Johnson completed the first three rounds to the field of the Royal Greens Club of the King Abdullah Economic City in 67, 64 and 66 strokes, respectively, and was unmarked in the classification.

With a total of 197 impacts, 13 under par, it is being the best in Saudi Arabia awaiting the final day. This Saturday the session was somewhat longer, since the holes that could not be completed on Friday had to be made up due to the rain. Danish Soren Kjeldsen, English Tyrrel Hatton and Andy Sullivan and American Tony Finau also have options for the final round, tied for third place, three shots behind Johnson. The Spanish Sergio García occupies the seventh place, with a total of 201, after presenting a last card of 64 impacts, the best of this Saturday among the favorites. He had seven birdies and one bogey and finished six shots below par.



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