Guillermo Ferrari is the only pointer in El Terrón

William Ferrari.

At the age of 30 and after a few years as a professional, Ferrari returned to being an amateur five years ago, but he does not have golf as his main activity. Despite this, this week he has shown a high level of golf that places him at the top of the Amateur Lump.

This Sunday will have several names looking to stay with this third edition of the tournament that is played in the spectacular field located in Mendiolaza, Córdoba. One stroke behind Ferrari is Luca Gallingani, the 17-year-old, who, despite the double bogey on hole 1, was able to recover and finished with a 70 that keeps him in the fight for the title. Tied for third place, with 140, are locals Germán Tagle and Ramiro Pérez Orliacq and number one in the Argentine Ranking, Joaquín Ludueña.

Juan Martín Loureiro with -3, Andrés Schonbaum and Felipe Suárez with -2, are still excited about fighting for the title this Sunday, after having climbed the board by scoring rounds under par this Saturday.

But Guillermo Ferrari was the great protagonist of this Saturday. “Today I hit very well, but the best thing was the putter, I made very good putts, but it helps that the greens are perfect.” In the first leg he found two birdies and a bogey, but at 9 he holed out for a nine-meter eagle and that prompted his round, which closed with birdies at 10 and 14 and with a final stumble on the par three of 17.

“It motivates me a lot to come and play here. Last year I also played very well when the Mid-Amateur was played and it’s a pleasure to have the chance to play courts like this”, says the person who works in the real estate sector.

Among the Ladies, the leading player continues to be Ema Giuliano from Rio Cuarto, who today made 74 and with 149 +5, leads her compatriot Paz Lescano Masuet by two shots. This Sunday the departures will be from 08:30.



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