Perez and Wallace take command

The French Victor Perez and the Englishman Matt Wallace, with a total of 206 strokes (-10) have been leaders of the Netherlands Open, of the DP World Tour of golf, which is played at the Bernardaus club in Cromvoirt, after the dispute on the third day.

Perez signed this Saturday a card with 69 hits (-3) and Wallace with 70 (-2)which allows them to face the last day with one advantage over the Australian Scott Hend, the Swedish Sebastian Soderberg, the Italian Guido Migliozzi and the New Zealander Ryan Fox, and two with respect to the also Swedish Alexander Bjork, the Polish Adrian Meronk and the Portuguese Ricardo Gouveia, who started as the leader, but had a discreet day with +2. The French player had a very busy day, with six ‘birdies’ and three ‘bogeys’, all before the last four holes, in which he signed the par of the course. The English achieved four ‘birdies’ by two ‘bogeys’.

Alfredo García-Heredia is the best Spaniard, twenty-second with 213 strokes after finishing this Saturday with his second consecutive 70th. Jorge Campillo is twenty-eighth with 214 and Gonzalo Fernández Castaño got worse by scoring 75 to go down in the table with 215, although Adrián Otaegui (219) and Álvaro Quirós (224) did worse.

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