Sutri, Aron Zemmer continued his head run



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Sutri, Aron Zemmer continued his head run

Aron Zemmer continued his head run and with the score of 204 (67 70 67, -12) shots he made the void in the third round of the 82nd National Open Championship, which ends with the dispute of the fourth on the Golf course Nazionale (par 72), the home of Italian golf, in Sutri (VT).

On the "moving day" of the eighth and last tournament of the Italian Pro Tour 2022 - the circuit of national and international competitions organized by the Italian Golf Federation, with the support of the official advisor Infront - Zemmer, 32 years old from Bolzano, led by two to seven shots of the margin on the first pursuers: Federico Maccario, 28 year old born in Nice in France, but Italian in all respects, and the amateur Tommaso Rossin, 18 year old Milanese registered for the Royal Park I Roveri, second with 211 (-5) .

Francesco Testa is in fourth place with 212 (-4), who remained in the top ranking even with the competition of a "hole in one" signed at hole 9, par 3 of 150 meters, using a 9 iron. In addition to Rossin, notes of merit also for the other amateur Giovanni Binaghi, 15 year old from Milan who defends the colors of GC Monticello, fifth with 213 (-3).

Ludovico Addabbo dropped from second to sixth position with 214 (-2), flanked by Lorenzo Scotto, Edoardo Giletta and Cristiano Terragni, while Jacopo Vecchi Fossa, reigning champion, climbed again from 27th to 17th with 218 ( +2), who, however, no longer has a chance to aim for the three of a kind (he also won in 2018) penalized by a false start (76., + 4).

Final rush for the 53 competitors, including 13 amateurs, who remained in the race after the cut of the second round. The professionals will compete for the prize money of 50,000 euros with the first coin of 7,250 euros.

Aron Zemmer, situation

Aron Zemmer replied the 67 (-5) of the initial round in the same way, that is, making five birdies without making mistakes.

It was also the best partial score obtained by Terragni. “Even today - said the leader - I expressed myself very well in particular from the tee. I missed a few putts, but I didn't score bogey thanks to a couple of great saves.

The advantage is good, but we mustn't let our guard down. However, I am happy to play the last 18 holes together with Maccario and Rossin ”.