Q School and Challenge Tour, one last round

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Q School and Challenge Tour, one last round

We have reached a round from the end of the four tournaments of the second phase of the Q School, and of the Challenge Tour Gran Final of Mallorca. In Spain, in the various locations, the third round ended regularly. Let's take a look at the momentary situation with 18 holes from the conclusion.

Spain, results

Takumi Kanaya remains in command in Huelva. The Japanese climbs to -22 (194 shots) after today's excellent -7. Remain in contention for the top 20, which would project them to the decisive phase, Filippo Celli and Matteo Manassero.

The two Italian golfers occupy the thirtieth position with a score of -10. Great round of Davide Buchi, who signs a superb -7 recovering 24 positions up to 38th place with -9. Same score for Stefano Mazzoli. Positive Saturday also for Gianmaria Rean Trinchero, who goes back to -8 up to the 45th square.

On the par 71 of the Emporda Golf of Girona, the duo of Spaniard Alejandro Canizares and English Tom Murray lead with -12 (201 strokes). Holds Aron Zemmer, who remains in the top ten clinging to tenth place with a score of -6.

-4 and 20th place for Gregorio De Leo, while Edoardo Raffaele Lipparelli is 28th with -2. +1 and 41st place finally for the amateur Alessandro Radig, In Almeria the solo of the German Philipp Katich continues, who maintains the leadership hoisting himself to -15 (201 hits).

Only 39th with -2 Lorenzo Gagli, in the rear with +6 Federico Maccario. We finish the roundup in Alicante, where the Spaniard Ivan Cantero Gutierrez and the English Ben Stow command. -1 and thirtieth position for Enrico Di Nitto, the only Italian present in this event.

As for the Rolex Challenge Tour Grand Final in Mallorca, there will be great uncertainty until the last hole. With one round remaining, South African Bryce Easton and English Nathan Kimsey lead the leaderboard with -7. Very short ranking, with 19 golfers enclosed in eight lengths.

Lorenzo Scalise literally collapses, who runs into a nefarious +7 slipping to 38th place. Hole 7, the scene of a sensational 10, was decisive for the blue.