Italian Open 2013: Full Schedule and Tee Times for Round 4

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Italian Open 2013: Full Schedule and Tee Times for Round 4
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With Francesco Molinari storming in front of a home crowd, this year’s Italian Open reaches its highly anticipated climax on Sunday, with a raft of European Tour hopefuls still in with a chance of winning.

Marcus Fraser, Nicolas Colsaerts and Joakim Lagergren are the closest challengers to Molinari’s hopes of victory in Turin, but there are others lurking not too far below the surface.

With that in mind, let’s look toward the tee times for Sunday’s remaining starters and consider a few trios who may look to cause a ruckus in the finale’s action.

2013 Italian Open Day Four Tee Times
Tee Time (Local Time a.m.) Player 1 Player 2 Player 3
08:05 Peter EROFEJEFF Estanislao GOYA Edoardo Raffaele LIPPARELLI (AM)
08:15 Tom LEWIS Gary BOYD Jean-François LUCQUIN
08:25 Damien MCGRANE Retief GOOSEN Björn ÅKESSON
08:35 Grégory BOURDY Richard MCEVOY Peter WHITEFORD
08:45 Simon DYSON David HOWELL David HORSEY
08:55 Garth MULROY Mark TULLO James KINGSTON
09:05 Mathias GRÖNBERG Gonzalo FDEZ-CASTAÑO Thomas AIKEN
09:15 James RUTH Graeme STORM Alexander LEVY
09:35 Simon KHAN Alessandro TADINI Justin WALTERS
09:45 Oscar FLOREN Andreas HARTØ Lee SLATTERY
09:55 Mikko KORHONEN José María OLAZÁBAL Matthew NIXON
10:05 Kristoffer BROBERG Robert ALLENBY Gary ORR
10:15 Richie RAMSAY Espen KOFSTAD Morten Ørum MADSEN
10:35 Robert-Jan DERKSEN Fredrik ANDERSSON HED Matthew BALDWIN
10:45 Scott JAMIESON Jorge CAMPILLO Richard FINCH
11:15 Alejandro CAÑIZARES Johan EDFORS Jaco VAN ZYL
11:25 Chris DOAK Mark FOSTER Fabrizio ZANOTTI
11:35 Emiliano GRILLO Steve WEBSTER David HIGGINS
11:45 Maximilian KIEFFER Julien QUESNE Renato PARATORE (AM)
12:05 Hennie OTTO Ricardo GONZALEZ Romain WATTEL
12:15 Simon THORNTON Francesco MOLINARI Felipe AGUILAR
12:25 Nicolas COLSAERTS Marcus FRASER Joakim LAGERGREN

Marcus Fraser, Joakim Lagergren and Nicolas Colsaerts

A grouping that’s got a great chance of producing an eventual winner of the tournament, Marcus Fraser, Joakim Lagergren and Nicolas Colsaerts all head into the final day of the Italian Open with great momentum behind them.

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Marcus Fraser leads the Day Four pack on 11-under-par as he comes into his closing round, while Lagergren and Colsaerts follow up closely on 10-under.

The trio have hit just 14 bogeys and one double bogey between them over the course of the first two days, with Fraser yet to record even one of the former.

Bernd Wiesberger, Matteo Manassero and Scott Hend

Matteo Manassero is another home hopeful who can be jubilant as he heads into his final day at the Golf Club Torino this weekend.

The 20-year-old Italian joins Molinari as a compatriot playing in front of a home crowd and enters Day Four with consistent form, having hit rounds of 70, 70 and 69 in that order so far this weekend, making for a score of seven-under-par.

Meanwhile, Scott Hend and Bernd Wiesberger are closely grouped with the revolutionary youngster, also on seven-under-par, and are hopeful of clawing back some vital scores in the effort to hunt down the leaders.

Thomas Aiken, Mathias Gronberg and Gonzalo Fdez-Castano

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As the tournament’s defending champions, Gonzalo Fdez-Castano has somewhat of an obligation to improve on his score of three-under-par and launch a big Sunday outing.

The Spaniard is joined by Thomas Aiken and Mathias Gronberg on Day Four, three-under and par, respectively, as he looks to bounce back from a Day Two score of 73 and salvage some pride more than anything.

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