Italian Francesco Laporta After the third round of the BMW PGA Championship in Wentworth on Saturday, he shot three birdies and an eagle, shot 69, three under par, and one shot.
Laporta started to rank third with a score of 11 under par, and quickly took the lead, hitting a wonderful second shot on the par-five second shot of the four-hole, making him an eagle. He then birdied the 11th and 16th holes and ended with a 14-under par.
“My shots are very solid. Unfortunately, I missed some putts and lost four or five holes… The best thing I did today is to focus on the shots. This is where I am tomorrow. Things to do,” the 30-year-old is looking for his Virgo title on the European Tour, he said.
One shot back is British Laurie Kanter His performance was mixed, but he stayed in contention due to the stable back nine holes, birdied the 12th and 17th holes, and ended the game with a score of 2 under par, 70.
“It’s similar to yesterday. I think I held the ball well, hit the right spot, and was patient. Obviously I didn’t score as much as yesterday. A few bad shots…but I’m satisfied with tomorrow,” Kanter said.Among those who have shot 12 under par, there are American players Billy Horschel And former Masters champion Adam Scott.
Overnight leader Kiradech Aphibarnrat The Thai player had a difficult day on the green, had a terrible start, bogeyed on the second and third holes. After a series of pars, he bogeyed again after finding the water on the 18th hole, hitting two shots of 74, which put him four shots behind.
The Ryder Cup is hopeful Sean Lowry He maintained his chance of playing for the European team with a 69 under 3-under, and all this was due to an excellent birdie putt on the 18th hole.
“This has been a stressful week… but I am 66 or 67 years away from achieving my career goal (to participate in the Ryder Cup). I have been under pressure before and I will not back down tomorrow,” Luo Rui said.