Day three of competition concluded at the RBC Canadian Open at St. George’s Golf and Country Club in Toronto, Canada.
At the top of the board are North American Tony Fino, who tied for the best round of his career with 62 shots, along with defending champion Rory McIlroy, who has been flawless all week and signed a card for 65 shots. These players have a cumulative -11, and will start the fourth and final round with two strokes in front of a group of four in which the former world number one and last Champion of the second Grand Slam of his career, Justin Thomas.
On the other hand, Mexican Carlos Ortiz had a good third day scoring a round of 69 shots, scoring three ghosttwo birds And a great eagle at par 5, hole 15. After this day, the guy from Guadalajara climbed several places, ranking 41 With -1 cumulative, one below par.
While in Bucaramanga, Colombia, Mexicans continue to take part in the extraordinary vortox Colombia classic From PGA tours Latin america Isidro Benítez of Puebla tied for first place with an amazing piling performance of -17. Benitez had an extraordinary day, who nearly finished it without errors, however, and he scored one bogey, eight birdies and an eagle to sign on a 61-hit card, nine under par. Despite the excellent game, the Mexican is not the only one who had a great week and with him tied at the top of the board four other players will start the final day with the slightest difference against other players.
On the other hand, in New Jersey the second day of competition ShopRite LPGA Classic Sweden’s Frida Kinholt remained the only lead in the competition with a total of -9 shots thanks to the second day of 67 shots, four under par. Unfortunately, the Mexican Maria El Fassiwho started the week off right, was unable to follow up on the good game and after a poor second round of 74 shots, three above par, will be disqualified for the third and final day. To compete with a +1 cumulative, one is above average.