Chawrasia holds lead by a shot
SSP Chawrasia is a force to reckon on the Asian Tour and he is proving just the same by controlling the play for over three-days today and entering the final round of UBS Hong Kong Open with a shot lead at 10-under 200 and followed by Rafa Cabrera Bello and Wade Ormsby.
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Chawrasia posted one-under 69 for the day consisting two birdies and a bogey on the par-4 9th, missing the cut here last year surely has made him prepare well for this and he is reaping the fruits by leading in three straight rounds and is hoping for a win for sure with this strong performance.
Rafa and Ormsby follow by a shot
Spanish Rafa Cabrera Bello and Australian Ormsby are following Chawrasia by a shot at nine-under 201. Rafa posted six-under 64 for the day consisting an astonishing eagle on par-4 10th, six birdies and two bogeys, his last hole birdie put him in the share of the second place with Wade Ormsby. Rafa climbed 14 places up from his Friday’s round of two-under 68.
Wade Ormsby moved five places up from yesterday with his bogey-free five-under 65 today consisting five birdies one each on third, sixth, 10th, 12th, and 13th holes.
Sam Brazel, The Defending Champion
Sam Brazel currently shares 19th place on the board, compared to a 38th finish on Friday at four-under 206. Sam shares his place on the board with The Masters Champion Sergio Garcia, Matthew Fitzpatrick, Shubhankar Sharma, Jamie Donaldson, and Kiradech Aphibarnrat.
Following the leader, Chawrasia for a shared fourth-place on the board is The Race to Dubai Champion Tommy Fleetwood and Thomas Detry, and Alexander Bjork at eight-under 202, where Fleetwood and Detry both posted four-under 66 today, and Bjork dropped a place from Friday with three-under 67 today.
Sharing the eight-place on the board are Chris Hanson, Dylan Frittelli, Marcus Kinhult, Micah Lauren Shin, and Julian Suri at six-under 204.