Frittelli moves inside top 10 in Honda Classic

Feb 27, 2022 | Featured, South Africans abroad

Dylan Frittelli carded his second successive level-par 70 on Saturday to climb inside the top 10 ahead of the final round of the PGA Tour’s Honda Classic at Palm Beach Gardens in Florida.

Just like he did in the second round, Frittelli made two birdies and two bogeys to stay at two-under for the tournament in a share of seventh place. The lead was held, as it was after the second round, by Daniel Berger of the United States, who had a third round of one-under-par 69 after two successive 65s. At 11-under, he is five shots clear of former Open champion Shane Lowry of Ireland, Sepp Straka of Austria and American Kurt Kitayama.

The next-best of the South Africans was Louis Oosthuizen, who had a two-over 72 in his third round to be two-over for the tournament in a share of 35th. Christiaan Bezuidenhout and Garrick Higgo both slumped to five-over-par 75 in their third rounds, and, at five-over for the 54 holes so far, are in a share of 56th.

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