The Argentine Emiliano Grillo continues near the vanguard, in fourth place, after playing the third and penultimate round of the Charles Schwab Golf Championship, in the city of Fort Worth, state of Texas, for a season on the North American circuit of the PGA Tour.
The 30-year-old player from Chaco dropped one place and shares a position with American Justin Suh, both with 204 shots (six under par on the court).
The card of the golfer born in Resistencia, ranked 80th in the world ranking, today included 72 hits, with an eagle, a birdie, three bogeys and a double bogey.
In this way, Grillo, representative of albiceleste golf at the Rio de Janeiro 2016 and Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, is four strokes from the lead, shared by the British Harry Hall (today he signed a 72 card) and the American Adam Schenk ( 67).
The tournament, which is played at the Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth, will award prizes of $8.7 million.