Ras Al Khaimah Classic R3

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Ryan Fox on course for wire-to-wire victory
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February 12, 2022
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Ras Al Khaimah Classic 2022 R3
February 10-13
Al Hamra GC, Ras Al Khaimah, UAE
Round 1, Round 2, Round 4

Estimated reading time: 6 minutes

Ryan Fox is on course for a wire-to-wire victory after signing for a 65 to take a six-shot lead into the final round of the Ras Al Khaimah Classic.

Ras Al Khaimah Classic 2022 R3

"My head is in a pretty good place. Ask me that on the first tee tomorrow and I might have a slightly different answer but I felt like I had really good control over the ball today, only hit a couple of bad shots and holed some putts as well.

"I've put myself exactly where I want to be and it's that cliché - it's all on me tomorrow."

Ras Al Khaimah Classic 2022 R3

"Somebody is going to have to go out and shoot something really low or I'm going to have to play poorly so hopefully I can keep playing how I've played the last couple of days and put it out of reach.

"I've made six bogeys all week and bounced back every time, it's just been one of those weeks where it felt like every part of my game has kind of worked and when I've hit a bad shot I haven't let it get to me too much.

"For the most part everything has worked which is kind of rare for me, to be honest, I've always had something for the week that hasn't worked. Hopefully I can keep that going for one more day."

Ras Al Khaimah Classic 2022 R3

The New Zealander's 54-hole advantage is the largest of the season so far.

Spain's Pablo Larrazábal (68) and Adri Arnaus (66) are tied in second place alongside Poland's Adrian Meronk (64) and Scotland's Scott Jamieson (65) who both shot bogey-free rounds.

Ras Al Khaimah Classic 2022 R3

Pos.PlayerTo ParR1R2R3
1FOX, Ryan-19636965
2LARRAZÁBAL, Pablo-13686768
ARNAUS, Adri-13706766
MERONK, Adrian-13716864
JAMIESON, Scott-13726665
6MACINTYRE, Robert-12667068
KAWAMURA, Masahiro-12686868
SIEM, Marcel-12716964
9SCRIVENER, Jason-11666970
COETZEE, George-11706867
SYME, Connor-11696769
ARMITAGE, Marcus-11677266
PAVON, Matthieu-11687067
HELLIGKILDE, Marcus-11726667
FISHER, Ross-11706966
17BJÖRK, Alexander-10676970
SODERBERG, Sebastian-10667169
LAW, David-10696968
LACROIX, Frederic-10736766
21KIEFFER, Maximilian-9686871
BEKKER, Oliver-9736272
LOMBARD, Zander-9726372
GUERRIER, Julien-9686970
CANTER, Laurie-9696870
HØJGAARD, Rasmus-9696870
LAWRENCE, Thriston-9726867
28LONG, Hurly-8677071
HARDING, Justin-8686773
BLAND, Richard-8667171
NEMECZ, Lukas-8696970
FARR, Oliver-8677269
LUITEN, Joost-8667270
ZANOTTI, Fabrizio-8726769
MORRISON, James-8697267
LI, Haotong-8697168
37LAPORTA, Francesco-7666974
PAUL, Yannik-7667172
ORMSBY, Wade-7696872
LORENZO-VERA, Mike-7696872
DRYSDALE, David-7667172
PULKKANEN, Tapio-7706772
ANTCLIFF, Maverick-7677072
VÄLIMÄKI, Sami-7736571
VAN TONDER, Daniel-7706871
NORRIS, Shaun-7677270
HOWIE, Craig-7677270
WALTERS, Justin-7687170
RAMSAY, Richie-7697070
STONE, Brandon-7677369
SHINKWIN, Callum-7726968
BROBERG, Kristoffer-7697169
53AL KURDI, Shergo-6686874
KOFSTAD, Espen-6716871
KARLBERG, Rikard-6716871
WILSON, Andrew-6667272
MØLLER, Niklas Nørgaard-6697170
BESSELING, Wil-6707070
59OTAEGUI, Adrian-5696874
BHULLAR, Gaganjeet-5706774
CAMPILLO, Jorge-5716971
MOLINARI, Edoardo-5716773
JORDAN, Matthew-5697270
VAN DRIEL, Darius-5716971
DETRY, Thomas-5707071
ROCK, Robert-5697270
WU, Ashun-5707170
68BERTASIO, Nino-4726971
STERNE, Richard-4697271
KINHULT, Marcus-4707171
71LEON, Hugo-3697173
72LAGERGREN, Joakim-2716875
HEISELE, Sebastian-2707173
74SMITH, Jordan-1726974
HUIZING, Daan-1717074
76FISHER, OliverPar726975
77MCEVOY, Richard*-26973-
DONALDSON, Jamie*-27072-
PAVAN, Andrea-27270-
HANNA, Chase-27369-
GARCIA-HEREDIA, Alfredo-27369-
FORREST, Grant-27567-
OLESEN, Thorbjørn-27270-
LANGASQUE, Romain-27666-
CATLIN, John*-27468-
CABRERA BELLO, Rafa-26973-
BJØRN, Thomas-27369-
89SAMOOJA, Kalle-17370-
QUIROS, Alvaro-17271-
GAGLI, Lorenzo-17469-
GOUVEIA, Ricardo*-16578-
SANTOS, Ricardo*-17271-
BJERREGAARD, Lucas*-17370-
95SHARVIN, CormacPar7371-
SCHNEIDER, MarcelPar7371-
HEND, ScottPar6777-
GREEN, GavinPar7173-
CALDWELL, JonathanPar7272-
McGOWAN, Ross*Par7074-
WINTHER, JeffPar7470-
HOWELL, David*Par7272-
103CHESTERS, Ashley+17372-
HANSEN, Joachim B.*+16976-
GUPTA, Arjun (AM)+17273-
SCHMID, Matti+17273-
PARATORE, Renato+17174-
TARRIO, Santiago*+17075-
PEPPERELL, Eddie*+17174-
KJELDSEN, Søren*+17372-
HØJGAARD, Nicolai+17174-
BRUN, Julien*+16976-
WHITNELL, Dale*+17372-
GAVINS, Daniel+17075-
115WARREN, Marc+27373-
BROWN, Steven*+27472-
PAISLEY, Chris*+27274-
KRUYSWIJK, Jacques*+27373-
119WILSON, Oliver+37374-
ELVIRA, Nacho+37176-
MIGLIOZZI, Guido+37374-
SULLIVAN, Andy+37077-
123SINGH BRAR, Jack+47573-
ROUSSEL, Robin*+47177-
125VANCE, Craig (AM)+57376-
126SOUTHGATE, Matthew+67278-
127GARCIA RODRIGUEZ, Sebastian+77279-
FICHARDT, Darren*+77180-
129SKAIK, Ahmad (AM)+97479-
130FERGUSON, Ewen+107678-
131ABOU EL ELA, Issa*+118471-
RETDLEVY, Alexander*+275--
* Player started on the back nine
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