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Campillo and Quirós reach a very tight final with Winther

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The Spanish Jorge Campillo and Alvaro Quiros They will face the final round of the Mallorca Open de Golf, belonging to the European Circuit, two and three strokes, respectively, of the leader, the Danish Jeff Winther, which this Saturday completed the Santa Ponsa I course with 62 strokes for -15 in the three days played. Campillo occupies second place (-13) alone after delivering a card with 65 hits, and Quirós is third (-12), tied with the Swede Sebastián Soderberg.

The Spanish Pep Angles, fifth (-12), and Sebastián García, sixth (-10), along with South African Bryce Easton and German Matthias Schmid, will also compete for victory. The return of Jeff Winther, a professional since 2012 and who has never won a European tournament, was spectacular. He made 8 birdies and made no mistake to equalize the blows (62) he made on Thursday and grab the provisional lead.

The day on Saturday started earlier than usual to complete the course of golfers who could not do it on Friday due to lack of light. Bryce Easton reached the 18th hole with options to increase his lead at the top of the standings, but he wasted them by committing a ‘bogey’. Then, in the course of the day, he lost the lead by finishing with 70 hits, his worst record in the championship so far.

The rest of the Spanish golfers in the Mallorca Open de Golf classification are: Alejandro Cañizares (14th, -6); Carlos Pigem (40º, -2); Adri Arnaus (45º, -1); Nacho Elvira (45º, -1); Jacobo Pastor (45º, -1) and Gonzalo Fernández-Castaño (68º, +2). Eduardo de La Riva (+3), Emilio Cuartero Blanco (+6), Pablo Larrazábal (+6), Samuel del Val (+8), Toni Ferrer (+10), Mario Galiano (+16) and Victor Mirón (+17).

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