The Englishman Ben Taylor stayed on top of the Panama Championship on Saturday, for the second consecutive day, and he is to a day of successfully closing the sports event that is played on the course at the Club de Golf de Panama, which celebrates one hundred years, on the Panamanian capital outskirts.
On this competition's third day, the British player signed a 6-under 204 card, and tomorrow he will look for his share of the $ 625,000 bag that the this Web.Com Tour of the PGA tour distributes.
The Chinese Carl Yuan positioned itself in the second box, to a blow of the leader, finished his route with 2-under 204.
New Zealander Cameron Perci and Americans Tyler McCumber and Derek Ernst are tied for third place, with 4-under 206 hits.
The best Latin American of this third date was the Colombian Nicolas Echevarria, who finished this the round with 3-under 207.
The champion Edward Lord climbed 27 places and is tenth in the standings, with 2-under 208.
The golfers who passed the cut, that is, the best 60 players of 144, will play tomorrow their final tour of the tournament, to try to take something from the bag of $ 625,000 in prizes, which will give the first place a check of $ 112,500.