Renato Paratore finds ball in spectator bag | Round 3 Highlights | 2021 Omega European Masters

Italian Renato Paratore co-leads the Omega European Masters after carding a third round 69 in Crans.


Following last year’s cancellation, the European Tour’s Race to Dubai returns to Crans-sur-Sierre GC this week for the Omega European Masters, but who will be crowned champion? 24-year-old Guido Migliozzi has rested since finishing tied-32nd in the Olympics, and with three runners-up finishes this year he’s due a third European Tour win. One of those wins came at Karen Country Club in Kenya which is a similar to the this week’s course with the altitude and shorter, strategic layout. 2012 Omega European Masters champion Richie Ramsay has been playing some great golf recently, with no worse than a tied-28th in his last five starts, including a tied-9th at the Cazoo Classic in his last outing. He also has a couple of additional top-10s here since that victory nine years ago. Englishman Richard Bland has played well here in the past with a 5th in 2016, and will have more experience around the course than anyone due to his number of years on tour. He has also had four top 5’s this year – the most on the European Tour!


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