Cazoo Open, Callum Shinkwin in command

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Cazoo Open, Callum Shinkwin in command

We have reached the end of the third round of this weekend's DP World Tour tournament. In fact, the penultimate round of the Cazoo Open supported by Gareth Bale (prize money 1,750 million dollars) has been completed. The Welsh event, organized under the patronage of the famous footballer, sees Callum Shinkwin in command.

Cazoo Open, results

The Englishman takes the lead thanks to today's -6, the result of seven birdies and a bogey. Shinkwin thus reaches an overall -11 (202 shots), boasting a length of margin over Julien Guerrier. The Frenchman is playing a really constant tournament, and will be able to play his chances of winning until the last Sunday holes.

Third place alone with -5 for the Scottish Connor Syme. -4 and fourth place for the American Johannes Veerman, for the Finnish Mikko Korhonen and for the English Paul Waring. The latter thanks to the super -6 caught on the par 71 course of the Celtic Manor Resort in Newport (Wales, United Kingdom) climbs 35 positions.

The Spaniard Nacho Elvira, the Dane Lucas Bjerregaard, the South African Bryce Easton, and the Scotsman Ewen Ferguson closed the top ten with a score of -2. The good week of Renato Paratore continues. The blue golfer loses three positions due to today's +1, but remains afloat with an excellent 21st place on par.

45th with +4 Francesco Laporta, while Lorenzo Gagli loses 31 positions. For the Tuscan third round of +5, which makes him slide to 59th place with +6. Tomorrow will most likely be the final duel between Shinkwin and Guerrier, authentic protagonists of this edition of the Cazoo Open.

The ISPS Handa Wales Open is a golf tournament that is part of the European PGA Tour. The tournament is always hosted at The Celtic Manor Resort. Celtic Manor has three 18-hole courses: Roman Road, The Montgomerie and The Twenty Ten Course, which today hosts the Wales Open.

This par-71 course opened in 2007. There are not many bunkers, but there are many water features. The hills along the final holes provide natural stands for spectators. The 2010 Ryder Cup was also played on this course.