Francesco Molinari has secured 14 positions in order ofAT&T Byron Nelson, PGA Tour, 61-47 with 206 (69 70 67, -10) after the third round closed in 67 (-5), backed by seven birds and spotted by two stealth. Nice reaction from the Torino player, the protagonist of the first 15 holes of the “moving day”, without mistakes. Starting at 10, the 2018 Open Championship winner paid dearly for two bogeys who made 7 and 8.
Munoz is still on top
Sebastian Munoz With a total of 195 (60 69 66, -21) he was alone in the lead (just like he did at the end of the first round). In McKinney, Texas, after “Move Day”, the Colombian has only one chance against the American Jordan Spieth (ninth in the world ranking), second with a score of 196 (-20), ahead of Chile Joaquin NiemannAnd the third with a score of 197 (-19). In the TPC Craig Ranch (paragraph 72), Americans Justin Thomas (eighth in the world merit ranking) and James Hahn (who regained 34 positions thanks to a round that closed at 61, -11, with an eagle and nine birds). in the United States of America, Munoz chasing second PGA Tour title After the person arrived in 2019 at Sanderson Farms (in his own palm he also took advantage in 2016 of what is now known as the Korn Ferry Tour and confirmations in 2015 in Colombia). In his first post-race race at the RBC Heritage, Spieth (Texas, plays at home) is aiming for a new achievement, his 14th on the track (the number includes three majors).
Short ranking in Texas as the South Koreans dream of a second successive success in the competition Kyoung-Hoon Lee who is defending the title and is now ranked 6th With 199 (-17) alongside South African Charles Schwarzl and American Ryan Palmer. In the top ten, and ranked ninth with a score of 200 (-16), as well as Americans Scottie Scheffler (world number one), Bo Hausler and Davis Riley.
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