The American Sean Crocker and italian Renato Paratore They will face this Sunday with an advantage stroke the last day of the Omega European Masters, of the European Golf Circuit and that takes place in the Swiss resort of Crans Montana, after raising this Saturday to the first position with a total of 200 strokes, 10 under the pair.
Crocker, who finished second at the Masters in the Czech Republic last week, signed the best card of the day, after completing the 18 holes of the Crans-sur-Sierre course in 64 strokes, 6 under par. He shares the first place with the Italian Renato Paratore, who equaled Crocker’s mark, despite signing five more strokes, 69, after posting four birdies and three bogeys this Saturday.
Crocker and Paratore will face the last day of the tournament with a stroke of advantage over the trio formed by the English Ross McGowan and Matthew Jordan, and the Spanish Jorge Campillo, who share the third position with a total of 201, 9 under par.
The Extremaduran golfer, who has two European Tour titles (Morocco and Qatar) on his record, will fight this Sunday for a new victory, despite being more irregular this Saturday than in the first two days. If Campillo closed his first two runs with 68 and 64 strokes, this Saturday he had to settle for a 69 card, after signing four birdies and three bogeys.
On the 18th hole, Campillo had a six-meter birdie putt to tie for the top of this tournament that they have won among other Spaniards. Seve Ballesteros, Txema Olazábal, Miguel Ángel Jiménez and Sergio García, but the ball went to the left of the hole.
Further back they stood Nacho Elvira, who is ranked 21st with -5 strokes, the veteran ‘Pisha’ Jiménez, twenty-seventh with -4, and Carlos Pigem, which is ranked 60th with 2 over par.