Larrazábal takes command in the disaster of Campillo

There was a moment this Saturday at Bernardus Golf in Cromvoirt (Netherlands), an idyllic setting for Spanish golf, the scene of ten national victories, in which the eleventh chances were multiplied by three. A triumvirate made up of Jorge Campillo, leader Thursday and Friday, Pablo Larrazábal and Adrián Otaegui took the head of the table, all at -10. The panorama did not last long, but this Sunday one of them, the second, the only one who endured that result, will start in the stellar match of the KLM Open in search of what would be the ninth victory in the DP World Tour of his career, the second this year after triumphing in South Korea last month.

It was an impeccable round from Barcelona, ​​who accumulated five birdies and left his card clean of smudges. An exercise in consistency that neither Otaegui from San Sebastian managed to replicate, five birdies for two bogeys for -3 on the day and -9 in total, nor Campillo from Extremadura, After two days commanding the classification, he had a crossroads this Saturday in par 3s: triple bogey at 8 after a ball into the water and another at 17 after sending two with the fish. With four birdies and two bogeys in the rest of the round, his card was +4 to -6.

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He will have options, in any case, this Sunday, in which the main threats for the Navy will be in the Danish Rasmus Hojgaard, one of the great young values ​​​​of the circuit (22 years old) although he has not won since 2021, who did -5 for – 9, and the Polish Adrian Meronkanother of the futures for the European Ryder team, three victories between the last two seasons and -3 to -8 in the third round.

Complete classification of the KLM Open

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