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20:35  12 october  2017
20:35  12 october  2017 Source:   Omnisport

Wallace leads from Hatton and Molinari at Italian Open

  Wallace leads from Hatton and Molinari at Italian Open Joint-leader overnight, Matt Wallace finished Saturday's third round at the Italian Open sitting two shots clear of the rest of the field.Matt Wallace will take a two-shot lead into the final round of the Italian Open after carding a four-under 67 at Golf Club Milano on Saturday.

TURIN, Italy (AP) -- Home favorite Francesco Molinari and Austria's Bernd Wiesberger both shot 66 to share the first round lead at the Italian Open on They lead a group of five players, including early leader John Hahn of the United States, by one stroke. Gallacher, who needs a top-two finish to

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Francesco Molinari: Defending champion Francesco Molinari in action at the Italian Open © Provided by Omnisport Defending champion Francesco Molinari in action at the Italian Open

Defending Italian Open champion Francesco Molinari was among six players to shoot a seven-under round of 64 in Milan as the fifth Rolex Series event of the year got under way on Thursday.

Molinari recorded a brilliant 22-under for the tournament to win by a single stroke from Danny Willett a year ago and he is seeking a historic third title, having also triumphed in the 2006 edition.

The 34-year-old made a flying start with birdies at the first and second, but dropped shots at the third and eighth holes left Molinari two-under at the turn.

It's quite reassuring that I can still play - Fraser delights in claiming Monza lead

  It's quite reassuring that I can still play - Fraser delights in claiming Monza lead Marcus Fraser and Matt Wallace lead by two at the Italian Open, with Kiradech Aphibarnrat and Jamie Donaldson sharing third place.Marcus Fraser was understandably thrilled after claiming a share of the second-round lead at the Italian Open with a stunning round of 62.

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Fantasy golf headlines. Francesco Molinari defends the Italian Open . Hatton in command of Alfred Dunhill Links. Uihlein among notable MCs at Safeway Open . He's missed just one of his home Opens this century and collected 11 top 25s, with five top tens (including the pair of wins).

A flawless back nine featured birdies at four of his last five holes, including a superb chip-and-run at the last, to leave Molinari among the leading pack at his home event.

Kiradech Aphibarnrat went out in the first group of the day and set the low-scoring tone with a bogey-free 64, picking up three birdies in the first four holes and maintaining his fine form throughout the round.

The Thai has not won on the European Tour since 2015 but showed he could be a contender for the Italian crown with a typically aggressive display of strokeplay from the off.

Sweden's Alexander Bjork, Englishman Eddie Pepperell, Jamie Donaldson of Wales and late climber Matt Wallace also hit rounds of 64.

Hats off as Tyrrell goes back-to-back with Italian Open triumph

  Hats off as Tyrrell goes back-to-back with Italian Open triumph Tyrrell Hatton turned 26 on Saturday and celebrated by claiming a second European Tour title in the space of a week, finishing 21 under.Tyrrell Hatton gave himself a birthday present to remember by showing nerves of steel to hole a birdie putt at the last to win the Italian Open and claim back-to-back European Tour titles.

MONZA, Italy (AP) -- Home favorite Francesco Molinari withstood the pressure in a final-day struggle with Danny Willett to claim a second victory at the Italian Open on Sunday.

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Race to Dubai-leading trio Tommy Fleetwood, Sergio Garcia and Jon Rahm comprised the Italian Open's star group and while the Open de France winner could only record a level-par 72, both Spaniards are in the hunt after fine opening rounds.

Masters champion Garcia, who announced this week that he and his partner are expecting their first child, shot five-under and compatriot Rahm, number five in the world rankings, was a single shot back as the 22-year-old looks to follow up his star-making performance at July's Irish Open with a second Rolex Series success of the year.

British Masters winner Paul Dunne looked in good shape to join the leaders after stringing together four birdies on the spin during his back nine, but a dropped shot at the 16th leaves the Irishman three shots off the pace.

Tyrell Hatton is not faring as well after his victory at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship last week, however, shooting an uneven round that featured three bogeys in his two-under round of 70.

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Liverpool target Faouzi Ghoulam could be set for a new contract at Napoli, with a release clause. According to Calcio Mercato, if Ghoulam signs a new deal with the Serie A club then he would have a release clause of up to €40m. Ghoulam’s current contract with Napoli expires at the end of the season, which is a concern for the Italian team. They are working hard to tie him down for the future, with Liverpool having the chance to sign him on a free next summer if they fail in doing so. The report claims that Juventus, Liverpool and Atletico Madrid are all eyeing up the left-back and are watching his contract situation very closely. Ghoulam has been impressing for Napoli in the Serie A this season, catching the eye of the three European giants. Liverpool signed Andrew Robertson from Hull in the summer, but are clearly still looking to strengthen their fullback position.


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