In Denmark, Francesco Laporta’s exhibition at Himmerland Made In continues. After the third and final round of the DP World Tour tournament in Farso, Blue shot 196 (64 64 68, -17) with a par of 68 (-3), rising from 2/a. 1 / place
With 18 holes to go, the Apulian leads the standings with England’s Oliver Wilson (66 65 65), Matthew Southgate (63 68 65) and Ross McGowan (62 65 69). At the Himerland Golf & Spa Resort Course (par 71), the 31-year-old from Castellana Grote (Barry) is chasing a men’s first career achievement, having made 7 birdies with 4 bogeys on a “moving day”. Continental district.
The best among the Azzurri, ahead of Guido Migliozzi in the ranking, 34 / o from 205 (70 67 68, -8) and the two-faced protagonist of the round. The Vicenza player posted two birdies, two bogeys and one double bogey in the first nine holes.
He then made five more birdies in the second part of the run, four of which went from 15 to 18 in a row.
Francesco Laporta, results
Further back Edoardo Molinari, 50 / o with 207 (67 70 70, -6) ahead of Renato Paratore, 54 / o with 208 (68 70 70, -5).
The excellent Francesco Laporta week continues at Made in HimmerLand 2022 in Fars, Denmark. The Apulians actually enter the fourth section of the leaders at -17 with the English trio formed by Oliver Wilson, Matthew Southgate and Ross McGowan.
The latter, already in command after yesterday, “stopped” on day-2 of the movement, Laporta, after some uncertainty in the first nine holes, made three birdies in the second nine, thereby maintaining the pace of Wilson.
and Southgate both hold -6. A complicated day as seen by a number of bogeys by almost everyone. Only another Englishman, Matthew Jordan, is almost a defender. Today’s best performance is from him: -day 9, -16 total, 24 positions, and the fifth position is occupied alone.
In fact, due to the wind from Wentworth this week, there is Italy on several people from the land of Albion, although this year. England’s Tom Lewis, Scotland’s Ewen Ferguson and South Africa’s Justin Walters are sixth at -15.
Ninth place goes to another Scot, Robert McIntyre, with American John Catlin and Danish No. 2 Markus Heligkilde on -13, who has lost five places compared to yesterday. He recovers 15 places and improves Guido Migliozzi from 34th to -8.
50th, on the other hand, Edoardo Molinari, who remains almost stable at -6 with today’s -1, and 54th Renato Paratore, who instead climbs seven places with a total of -5.