Puerto Rican golfer Rafa Campos finished the third round of the Puerto Rico Open on Saturday with 67 strokes, tying American Greyson Murray for first place.
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Campos, 32, recorded rounds of 66 and 69 strokes, respectively, during the first two days, for a total of 202 with 67 strokes on Saturday.
Murray finished the third round in 65 strokes.
The tournament, the official event of the PGA Tour and which takes place at the Grand Reserve Golf Club in the municipality of Río Grande, Puerto Rico, awards a purse of $ 545,000 to the winner.
Campos’ highest position at the PR Open was in 2016, where he finished tied for eighth. At that time, it was the first time that a Puerto Rican golfer had finished in the ‘top 10’ of an official PGA tournament since Juan Antonio ‘Chi-Chi’ Rodríguez.
Other Latinos who stand out in the 2021 edition of the PR Open are Argentines Nelson Ledesma (tied for fifth place), Fabián Gómez (tied for fourteenth place) and Emiliano Grillo (tied for number 22).