Jon RahmAfter carding a sensational 6-under 65 in the third round of Saturdays Spanish Open, the Spaniards held a one-shot lead.
No. Rahm, who was ranked 6th, entered the round two shots behind. He hit six birdies on an errorless day at Club de Campo Villa de Madrid.
In 2018 and 2019, Rahm won both the Spanish Open. He would tie him with a third title. Seve Ballesterosfor the tournament record. Ballesteros won his 50th European tour title at this tournament, 1995.
Rahm stated, I wish that most of my rounds could have the same organization as this one. I didn’t do anything extraordinary, I just played consistent and put the ball into play. I didnt miss a tee shot a few times, but I wasnt really out of it. I had a shot at the green and was able pull it off every single time.
Min Woo LeeRahms closest chaser was Australia with a 5-under 66 finish.
Rahm, who had played the first three rounds of the match with Lee, stated that its easy for one to feed off another. In Sundays final round, the rivals will again play together.
Rahm stated, Hopefully my best round will have tomorrow.