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Italy Remain the Team to Beat Heading into the #ITC Final Round1 min read

Posted on: 1st Dec 2021

Team Italy continued their strong run of form at the 2021 International Team Championship after carding a second-round score of 141 (-5) to lead Germany by nine strokes at Penina Hotel & Golf Resort.

Gregory Molteni and Andrea Perrino’s scores of 70 (-3) and 71 (-2) respectively were enough to keep the Italians ahead of a strong European contingent heading into the third and final round tomorrow.

“It would be great if we could win tomorrow on behalf of the PGA of Italy because we have never won the ITC before” commented Perrino.

“Playing on behalf of our PGA is an honour that has clearly pushed our performances to another level this week and I could not be happier to be sharing the week with such great teammates in Nicola and Gregory. I think we have a strong team and we will certainly give it our best shot to bring the trophy back to Italy tomorrow”.

In round two of the Team Shield, Team Slovakia extended their lead over Team Poland after a second-round score of 152 (+6) gave Juraj Svarik, Jan Keher and Adam Puchmelter a 15-shot margin heading into the final round.

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