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Mexico, Russell Henley’s Escape to Victory

Russell Henley’s flight to victory, Francesco Molinari’s collapse, Scottie Scheffler’s not-so-exciting performance and two “holes in one” In Mexico, he confirmed and disappointed in the third round of the World Technology Championships in Mayakoba.

In Playa del Carmen, on the PGA Tour tournament, Francesco Molinari with a partial d 77 (+6) out of a total of 211 (64 70 77, -2) dropped from 14th to 68th position. Only one birdie, five bogeys and a double bogey for the Turinese, disappointing.

Third at the end of the first lap, the blue succumbed in the distance. “Hole in one” also for Greyson Sigg, who made the masterpiece on hole 10 (par 3) from 200 yards (182 meters).

Russell Henley, results

On the El Camaléon GC course (par 71), Russell Henley with another great performance stretched to the top of the classification and, with 191 (63 63 65, -22) strokes, 18 holes to go is close to success.

The American, who already has three titles on the PGA Tour, has not won at the circuit since April 2017 (Houston Open). Behind him, six shots away, are compatriots Will Gordon and Patton Kizzire (who won this event in 2017), both 2/o with 197 (-16) ahead of Irish Seamus Power, 4/o with 198 (- 15) and author of a hole in 1 to 8 (par 3), from 151 yards (138 meters).

Fresh from the feat in the Bermuda Championship, in Mexico, Power continues to give magic. On “Moving Day”, he tries to bogey free with up to four birdies and an eagle (on hole 11, par 4). “Hole in one” also for Greyson Sigg, who made the masterpiece on hole 10 (par 3) from 200 yards (182 meters).

So the “aces” of the tournament rise to three (in the second round, the feat of Bryan Harman), with Sigg who is now in 7/o with 200 (-12) alongside, among others, the Norwegian Viktor Hovland, king of the competition in 2020 and 2021. Nothing to do by Scottie Scheffler. World number 2 is 35/o with 204 (-9) and has no chance of winning.

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