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Garcia-Heredia soars to the summit in Spain
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November 13, 2020
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November 11-14
Iberostar Real Club de Golf Novo Sancti Petri, Cádiz, Spain
€200,000
Round 1, Round 2, Round 4


Andalucía Challenge de Cádiz 2020 R3 - Garcia-Heredia soars to the summit in Spain
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Alfredo Garcia-Heredia will take a narrow one-stroke lead into the final round of the Andalucía Challenge de Cádiz after posting an eight under par round of 64 on day three at Iberostar Real Club de Golf Novo Sancti Petri.


The 38-year-old Spaniard tops the leaderboard on 12 under par after 54 holes, one stroke clear of countryman Pep Angles in second place on 11 under par, while England’s Matt Baldwin is third on nine under par.

Garcia-Heredia dropped just one shot on day three, bogeying the par three seventh hole, before going on a run of five birdies in six holes to race up the leaderboard and grasp the 54-hole lead in Cádiz.



“It was very good,” he said. I’ve been playing good last week and of course this week. I was struggling last week with my putter but luckily I could fix it in between tournaments with my coach Jorge Parada. He gave me some drills, a way to hold the putter and it worked very, very well today.

“I made a bogey on seven. I hit it in the bunker and played a good bunker shot but missed a putt. I’m playing well, getting plenty of birdie opportunities. I’m rolling the ball very well and hopefully it stays the same for tomorrow.”


The Gijón native expressed his love for the area of Cádiz, home to this week’s event and last week’s Andalucía Challenge de España, and feels calm about the prospect of heading into tomorrow’s final round as the man to catch.

“I love this area, Cádiz, I love it,” he said. “I fish about 40 minutes from here. I love this area of Spain, it’s a great area for golf and I love being by the ocean, so I’m happy.

“I’m going to be a little bit nervous, like everyone out there. I’m going to keep playing my game, like these two weeks, keep hitting good shots and getting birdie opportunities. If it’s going well, fine, if it’s not, I’m going home to my wife and my dog for Christmas.

“It would be great to win any golf tournament. Nowadays, the level is good on Alps Tour, Spanish Tour, Challenge Tour or European Tour. Winning any of those events means you are playing really well and I would be very, very happy to win, especially here in Cádiz.”



Sweden’s Christofer Blomstrand continue his good form with a five under par round of 67 go into the final round in fourth place on eight under par, while Spanish amateur and 2018 Junior Ryder Cup player Eduard Rousaud carded a six under par round of 66 to complete the top five on six under par.

The final round of the Andalucía Challenge de Cádiz will begin at 8am local time on Saturday November 14, with Garcia-Heredia, Angles and Baldwin playing in the final group at 11.30am local time.




Pos.
Player
To Par
R1
R2
R3
1
GARCIA-HEREDIA, Alfredo
-12
69
71
64
2
ANGLES, Pep
-11
72
67
66
3
BALDWIN, Matthew
-9
72
66
69
4
BLOMSTRAND, Christofer
-8
71
70
67
5
ROUSAUD, Eduard (AM)
-6
70
74
66
6
SCHNEIDER, Marcel
-5
73
66
72
7
PASTOR, Jacobo
-4
68
69
75
TARRIO, Santiago
-4
70
71
71
MULLER, Alvaro (AM)
-4
72
70
70
DANTORP, Jens
-4
73
70
69
7
GAVINS, Daniel
-4
72
72
68
12
KEARNEY, Niall
-3
66
71
76
JOHANNESSEN, Kristian Krogh
-3
72
69
72
JOHN, Allen
-3
69
71
73
GOUVEIA, Ricardo
-3
72
70
71
NEMECZ, Lukas
-3
71
74
68
17
GREGORY, Scott
-2
71
69
74
FORD, Matt
-2
70
71
73
KASKE, Janne
-2
73
68
73
LONG, Hurly
-2
71
72
71
THOMSON, Jonathan
-2
71
74
69
MAGNUS, Haraldur
-2
74
70
70
VON DELLINGSHAUSEN, Nicolai
-2
72
71
71
DEL REY, Alejandro
-2
76
71
67
FERNANDEZ, Scott
-2
71
76
67
26
BOOTE, David
-1
71
71
73
AXELSEN, John
-1
73
69
73
STUREHED, Henric
-1
72
72
71
LACROIX, Frederic
-1
73
71
71
ZEMMER, Aron
-1
72
71
72
KOIVISTO, Tyler
-1
75
71
69
DI NITTO, Enrico
-1
70
76
69
33
MATUS, Stanislav
PAR
71
74
71
CUARTERO BLANCO, Emilio
PAR
73
70
73
ORIOL, Pedro
PAR
71
74
71
WIEGELE, Martin
PAR
75
72
69
37
DE SOUSA, Raphaël
1
75
71
71
MØLLER, Niklas Norgaard
1
70
73
74
KNAPPE, Alexander
1
77
69
71
40
LOPES, Vitor
2
70
71
77
HORTAL, Antonio
2
72
73
73
KAKKO, Roope
2
69
72
77
KIMSEY, Nathan
2
73
73
72
44
HOEY, Michael
3
71
71
77
SIMONSEN, Martin
3
72
73
74
STAL, Gary
3
75
72
72
GANDY, Tom
3
73
73
73
SANDBORG, Jesper
3
71
77
71
KOUWENAAR, Koen
3
72
76
71
OVESEN, Martin
3
77
71
71
51
FAHRBRING, Jens
4
74
71
75
ESMATGES, Alex
4
78
69
73
53
HELLGREN, Björn
5
75
73
73
VAN WEST, Robbie
5
74
71
76
DANA, Haiko
5
71
77
73
WRISDALE, Jordan
5
71
77
73
57
FENASSE, Mathieu
6
73
75
74
58
ELVIRA, Manuel
7
69
77
77
MACCARIO, Federico
7
75
73
75
60
WILSON, Andrew
8
72
76
76
NEIL, Bradley
8
71
74
79
PLANT, Alfie
8
73
75
76
63
LINDELL, Oliver
10
75
69
82
64
MANLEY, Stuart
5
78
71
-
PETERSSON, Robin
5
78
71
-
HIDALGO, Angel
5
74
75
-
SAHLSTROM, Christopher
5
74
75
-
SCALISE, Lorenzo
5
70
79
-
BRUN, Julien
5
80
69
-
CANTERO GUTIERREZ, Ivan
5
78
71
-
ELLIS, Harry
5
76
73
-
HOWIE, Craig
5
73
76
-
73
PASTOR, Victor
6
79
71
-
KARLSSON, Anton
6
76
74
-
KOIVU, Kim
6
76
74
-
WALKER, Euan
6
78
72
-
MIVIS, Christopher
6
74
76
-
TILEY, Steven
6
76
74
-
79
BORDA, David
7
76
75
-
ADARRAGA GOMEZ, Jose Luis
7
77
74
-
81
DEL VAL, Samuel
8
77
75
-
BELTRAN, Mario
8
76
76
-
LOPEZ-CHACARRA, Eugenio (AM)
8
74
78
-
LUNDBERG, Mikael
8
75
77
-
YOUNG, Daniel
8
78
74
-
86
FOOS, Dominic
9
78
75
-
BERNA MANZANARES, Daniel
9
78
75
-
KRISTJANSSON, Gudmundur
9
76
77
-
89
SAINZ, Javier
10
78
76
-
90
VACARISAS, Lucas
11
77
78
-
LAMPERT, Moritz
11
77
78
-
92
PASTOR, Marcos
12
77
79
-
93
VIRTO, Borja
15
79
80
-
W/D
SIEM, Marcel
-
73
73
-
RETD
MOYNIHAN, Gavin
-
74
-
-
W/D
GALIANO AGUILAR, Mario
-
73
-
-
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