Adria Arnaus will head into the final round of the Ras Al Khaimah Challenge Tour Grand Final with a 3 shot lead over a quartet of players after the Spaniard carded an excellent 5 under par 67 at AL Hamra Golf membership to most sensible the leaderboard for the 3rd consecutive day.
Arnaus, who’s recently ranked 9th within the Road to Ras Al Khaimah in his first season as a qualified, began his 3rd round with a bang after picking up two photographs in his first 3 holes before making his 3rd birdie of the day on the 8th to make the flip in 33. The 24 year outdated then shot a again 9 of 34 to position one hand on his first piece of European Challenge Tour silverware which could see him upward push to 2d within the Rankings.
“I am enjoying the week and everything has been working well,” stated Arnaus. “It can be very particular for me to win this match, total it’s been a really perfect and a laugh year and to finish it with a victory can be superior.
“It’s important that I get a good result as I want to finish as high as I can in the Road to Ras Al Khaimah Rankings. That could be the difference in getting into more European Tour events next season. There are 18 more holes to play and at the end of the day so we will see what happens.”
Daan Huizing, Victor Perez, Romain Langasque and Sean Crocker all proportion 2d position after an afternoon of low scoring on the season-finale.
Langasque began the week ranked 25th within the Road to Ras Al Khaimah but when the match have been to finish as it’s, he would upward push to 15th within the Rankings and seal the final coveted European Tour card for subsequent season.
“I feel like my game has been pretty solid this week but I seem to mess up one or two holes,” stated the Frenchman. “It was once tricky in the market lately because of the wind and the path was once tricky paintings so it’s arduous to have a super round.
“I’ve given myself a chance of securing a European Tour card which is really special for me and I will give everything until the end. I need to stay calm and focused heading into the final round and hopefully I can achieve my objective. ”
Max Orrin carded a 5 under par 67 – the joint lowest round of the day – to upward push from the ground of the leaderboard to tied 29th. The Englishman is concentrated on a large final round after getting into the match in 16th at the Road to Ras Al Khaimah and at the cusp of promotion to the European Tour.
“I’ve come into lately with a recent mindset and figuring out that I wished two in reality low rounds to provide myself an opportunity of finishing within the most sensible 15 of the Rankings, “stated Max Orrin. “ I performed in reality neatly, hit some great photographs and holed some excellent putts which was once significantly better than I’ve completed the first two days.
“It’s special for us guys to reach the European Tour, it’s everything we play for all year. You work hard to try and climb the golfing ladder and obviously when you’re so close coming into the season-ending event it’s an even bigger thing. I’ve played well today so at least I’ve given myself a chance.”