Molinari with two-stroke advantage over Woods in the Masters

Molinari with two-stroke advantage over Woods in the Masters

April 14, 2019 0 By admin

Francesco Molinari he was one of many players who took advantage of Saturday's ideal conditions at Augusta National to accumulate birdies during the third round of the Masters.

The Italian did not commit a single bogey and signed a 66-hit card, 6 under par, and reached the final round of the Masters with a two-stroke lead.

In total it is 13 under par. Tiger Woods (67) and Tony Finau (64) are tied in second place with 11 under par and will accompany Molinari in the final group. Brooks Koepka finished with a 69 card and is three strokes away, followed by Webb Simpson (64) and Ian Poulter (68).

Woods thrilled the gallery in Augusta with another classic performance. No doubt he is in the fight, but he has never won a major that has not arrived in the lead after three days.

The conditions of the third round were almost perfect with a lot of sun, very little wind and accessible greens thanks to the recent rain.

Game schedules were advanced for the early morning hours on Sunday due to the possibility of extreme weather, and players will open in groups of three from holes 1 and 10, so that everyone can conclude their round before possible storms.

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