Matt Wallace, from England, is in front of the field at the Italian Open after 54 holes at Golf Club Milano in Monza, Italy.
Matt carded a third round -4 under 67 to take the lead in the Italian Open with a -17 under par total, and will have a two shot lead over the field going into the final round tomorrow;
“I’d say we’re probably only halfway there, halfway done, because Sunday is a different day.
“I’m going to go out, fight as hard as I can and hopefully be standing here with the trophy tomorrow.
“Like I said yesterday and the day before, I’m playing some really nice stuff.”
Tied in second place at -15 under par are defending champion Francesco Molinari, Italy, -5 under 66 today, and last week’s Alfred Dunhill Links Championship winner Tyrrell Hatton, England, -6 under 65 today.
Francesco is looking forward to tomorrow;
“I’m very pleased. I played very well. I think the game has been improving throughout the week, which is important.”
“Obviously I know it’s going to be tough tomorrow but I’m in a good position. It won’t be easy for anyone, but I’m happy to be in the mix.”
“I’m just looking forward to the last day of such a great event, with great crowds.”
Tyrrell played nicely, and holed some good putts;
“I played really nicely all day to be honest.”
“I holed quite a few putts on the front nine, and sadly, I just couldn’t make the most of my opportunities on the back nine.”
“So you know, it was a game of two halves on the greens but I’m in a good position going into tomorrow.”
George Coetzee, South Africa, -6 under 65 today and Kiradech Aphibarnrat, Thailand, -3 under 68 in his third round, share fourth place at -14 under par.