John Rahm entered the Spanish Open in the hunt for his third straight title at the tournament, but after shooting a one-over-par 72 in Saturday's third round, he finds himself six strokes behind the leader entering the final day.
Spain's Rafa Cabrera Bello (-17) sits in first place at the start of the final round, with another Spaniard in Adri Arnaus (-15) tied for second place.
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Cabrera Bello shot a seven under par in the third round to shoot to the top of the leaderboard.
He started Thursday with a bogey on the very first hole. Since then, he has shot 17 under par in 53 holes with 19 birdies. If he keeps that consistency, he should take the title.
Arnaus and Julien Guerrier (-15) are also in the hunt.
Arnaus has been almost as consistent as Cabrera Bello. In his last 42 holes, Arnaus has shot 13 under par with one bogey and 14 birdies.
Guerrier has shot five under par on three straight days. He has one bogey per day.