Monday, November 26, 2012

CARLY BOOTH'S BOYFRIEND CONTINUES TO MAKE ALL THE RUNNING AT Q SCHOOL

REPORT BY NEIL AHERN
European Tour Press Officer 
Estanislao Goya - Carly Booth's boyfriend from the Argentine - continued his relentless form at the Qualifying School Final Stage with a flying finish capping a flawless 64 on Monday to stretch his lead to two as the marathon examination reached its halfway point at PGA Catalunya Resort.
Playing the more straightforward Tour Course after an overnight re-draw, Goya found close to his best form in the third round to stay clear of a number of challengers throughout the day, including Sweden’s Mikael Lundberg and Italy’s Matteo Delpodio, who both shot five under par 65. Mikko Korhonen and Moritz Lampert are a shot further back, and all four challengers led at some stage on what was an intriguing day in northern Spain.
With conditions predicted to deteriorate from Tuesday onwards before the field is cut to 70 and ties after the fourth round, all 156 competitors knew that a low score on Monday could prove crucial, and Goya, the 2009 Madeira Islands Open Champion and leader by one overnight, set about his task with focus and resolve despite not reaping much early reward.
 
After starting with a birdie at the par five tenth hole – his first – Goya stayed patient as ten straight pars preceded a storming finish in which the 24 year old made a second gain at the par four third, while four birdies in his last five holes helped the Cordoba man reach 13 under par for the tournament.
 
“I played very well again, especially on the front nine, which was my back nine,” said Goya, who has only dropped three shots all week. “I started a bit slowly and the first nine holes were a little frustrating. I was hitting greens but not really close enough and wasn’t making putts.
 
“I started to play really well after the turn and the birdie at the third – my 12th – gave me a big boost. Then I finished with four birdies in the last five holes which was excellent. I’m really pleased with how I finished.”
 
The majority of those in contention will take on the more demanding Stadium Course in Tuesday’s fourth round, before 36 final nail-biting holes on the 7,333-yard layout will determine the fate of the 25 cards on offer for The 2013 European Tour International Schedule.
 
THIRD-ROUND TOTALS
+Field to be cut to leading 70 and ties
after fourth round.
 
199 E Goya (Arg) 64 71 64;
 201 M Lundberg (Swe) 68 68 65; M Delpodio  (Ita) 67 69 65;
 202 M Korhonen (Fin) 74 62 66; M Lampert (am) (Ger) 70 67 65;
 203 A Sullivan (Eng) 71 67 65; R McEvoy  (Eng) 67 72 64;
 204 A Snobeck  (Fra) 69 67 68; G Orr (Sco) 67 69 68; J Lagergren (Swe) 71 66 67;
 205 P Hedblom (Swe) 70 69 66; P Erofejeff (Fin) 72 67 66; D Higgins (Irl) 73 64 68; S Little (Eng) 70 68 67; E De La Riva  (Esp) 70 70 65;
 206 J Parry (Eng) 71 71 64;
 207 M Southgate  (Eng) 72 70 65; G Murray  (Sco) 66 71 70; O Floren  (Swe) 71 66 70; S Arnold  (Aus) 67 73 67; J Lima  (Por) 76 67 64; M Glauert (Ger) 73 70 64; J Hugo  (RSA) 71 72 64; M Nixon (Eng) 68 72 67; B An (Kor) 69 72 66;
 208 C Kim (USA) 73 66 69; S Strange (Aus) 75 67 66; B Åkesson (Swe) 70 72 66; A Forsyth (Sco) 75 65 68; H Bacher (Aut) 74 68 66; C Macaulay  (Sco) 71 71 66; D Im (USA) 72 66 70; M Madsen  (Den) 78 66 64;
 209 D Griffiths  (Eng) 67 72 70; J Glennemo (Swe) 72 69 68; L Jensen (Den) 70 74 65; C Del Moral (Esp) 70 71 68; C Brazillier  (Fra) 69 74 66; A Domingo (Esp) 70 70 69; J Timmis (Eng) 74 69 66; M Jonzon (Swe) 74 69 66; F Calmels  (Fra) 72 72 65; M Sell  (Eng) 74 67 68; A Marshall (Eng) 75 67 67;
 210 J McLeary  (Sco) 69 72 69; C Lloyd (Eng) 73 69 68; T Van Der Walt (RSA) 71 69 70; R Davies (Wal) 68 74 68; J Ruth  (Eng) 70 71 69; B Ritthammer (Ger) 69 71 70; D Gaunt (Aus) 74 68 68; T Murray (Eng) 68 72 70;
 211 M Crespi  (Ita) 72 68 71; D Vancsik (Arg) 75 68 68; S Norris  (RSA) 68 72 71; T Remkes (Ned) 71 72 68; A Johnansson (Swe) 76 67 68; A Levy (Fra) 68 72 71; J Howarth (Eng) 75 67 69; T Fisher Jnr (RSA) 69 71 71; Å Nilsson (Swe) 74 69 68;
 212 W Besseling  (Ned) 69 73 70; S Benson (Eng) 75 70 67;
 213 M Brier (Aut) 71 69 73; L Goddard  (Eng) 72 71 70; N Ravano (Ita) 74 70 69; S Tiley (Eng) 77 67 69; D Perrier (Fra) 73 71 69;
 214 S Drummond (Sco) 76 68 70; S Whiffin (Eng) 75 70 69; W Bennett (Eng) 77 67 70; F Bergamaschi (Ita) 76 68 70;
 215 S Hutsby  (Eng) 74 68 73; G Clark (Eng) 78 67 70; O Wilson (Eng) 75 68 72; C Monasterio (Arg) 72 72 71; C Devlin (Nir) 71 73 71; S Dodd (Wal) 77 70 68;
 216 A Rota (Ita) 74 69 73; D Brooks (Eng) 71 74 71; B Henson (USA) 76 68 72; O Bekker (RSA) 73 72 71; O Lieser (Cze) 74 70 72;
 217 B Dredge (Wal) 70 75 72; T Haylock  (Eng) 74 72 71; B Koepka  (USA) 73 71 73;
 218 N Floren (Swe) 80 67 71; L Kennedy  (Eng) 73 71 74; A McArthur  (Sco) 80 67 71; S Garcia Rodriguez (Esp) 73 70 75; J Huldahl (Den) 76 70 72; S Hong (Kor) 71 74 73; R McGowan  (Eng) 77 71 70; P Edberg (Swe) 72 75 71; S Thornton (Irl) 71 75 72;
 219 N Kearney (Irl) 73 72 74; G Boyd  (Eng) 76 70 73; L Bond (Wal) 76 69 74; M Haastrup  (Den) 72 75 72; T Pilkadaris (Aus) 75 73 71; D Dixon (Eng) 72 74 73; G Cambis  (Fra) 73 78 68; D Kemmer (USA) 79 66 74;
 220 A Hansen  (Den) 71 74 75; A Otaegui  (Esp) 77 70 73; D Frittelli (RSA) 76 70 74; R Russell (Sco) 73 72 75; R Hjelm (Den) 77 71 72; K Pratt (Aus) 72 75 73; R Kakko  (Fin) 74 70 76; S Jeppesen  (Swe) 78 71 71; D Huizing (Ned) 70 81 69; J Barnes (Eng) 77 69 74; R Karlberg  (Swe) 75 73 72; J Watts (Eng) 77 68 75; R Blizard (Aus) 75 69 76; Z Scotland  (Eng) 76 72 72;
 221 J Scrivener (Aus) 77 69 75; C Suneson (Esp) 74 75 72; W Booth  (Sco) 77 71 73; M Zions (Aus) 74 73 74; P Broadhurst (Eng) 74 74 73; M Siddikur  (Ban) 75 73 73;
 222 P Uihlein  (USA) 75 77 70; J Harding  (RSA) 74 74 74; S Kim (Kor) 78 67 77; J Bäckström (Swe) 77 72 73; K Borsheim  (Nor) 78 71 73; P Maddy (Eng) 78 72 72; A Saddier (am) (Fra) 80 65 77;
 223 M Tunnicliff (Eng) 74 72 77; K Ferrie (Eng) 80 71 72; S Fallon (Eng) 73 72 78; J Sandelin (Swe) 75 72 76; N Schietekat (RSA) 70 75 78; M Lorenzo-Vera  (Fra) 74 74 75; P O'Keefe (Ire) 81 65 77; T Sluiter  (Ned) 81 68 74;
 224 G Stal  (Fra) 81 70 73;
 225 C Aguilar  (Esp) 77 71 77; S Walker (Eng) 74 73 78;
 226 J Grillon  (Fra) 72 77 77; I Pyman (Eng) 76 71 79; J Lerchedahl (Den) 76 75 75; J Jeong (Kor) 80 66 80;
 227 P Archer (Eng) 80 72 75; O Henningsson  (Swe) 79 74 74; P Martin  (Esp) 81 69 77;
 228 G Shaw (Nir) 81 73 74; M Grönberg (Swe) 75 75 78;
 229 J Gallegos (am) (Esp) 80 76 73;
 230 A Haig (RSA) 76 72 82; N Dougherty  (Eng) 80 73 77; C Aronsen  (Nor) 74 80 76;
 231 O Rozner (am) (Fra) 74 76 81;
 236 D Wuensche  (Ger) 86 76 74;
 

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