Jyoti Randhawa and Tabuena share the lead
Jyoti Randhawa shares lead
Jyoti Randhawa shares the lead on the third day at Resorts World Manila Masters with a flawless 67 consisting five birdies, what counted was the last hole birdie for this feat. Randhawa shares his top spot with the local boy Miguel Tabuena at 15-under 201.
Randhawa an eight-time Asian Tour champion last won in 2009 and is surely looking for a redemption entering the final round for a share of the lead. Previously he was sharing fourth-place with the defending champion Chawrasia on Friday.
Miguel Tabuena a one-time winner on the Asian Tour, and playing on his home course Manila Southwoods Golf and Country Club, posted his best round today of 64 since 2013 at the event, consisting eight-birdies, helping him climb 21 spots up for a share of the lead.
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Round 2 co-leaders Arnond, Phachara, and Quiban
Following the leaders by a shot, Arnond Vongvanij shares third place with Justin Quiban, first round co-leader Micah Lauren Shin, and Namchok Tantiphokhakul. Namchok was in no mood to let his previous two round performances haunt him and moved 29 places up with 10-birdies, and a bogey in his nine-under 63 today, for a shared third place at 14-under 202.
Phachara who was a part of three-way tie yesterday finished for a shared seventh place with his one-under 71 today consisting an eagle on par-5 4th, five birdies, four bogeys, and a double-bogey on par-5 15th. He now shares his place with the defending champion SSP Chawrasia, and Jarin Todd for a score of 13-under 203.
First-round co-leader Scott Barr
Scott Barr finished his round one for a share of the lead at eight-under 64, for a shared 20th place on Friday with one-over 73, and dropped further to a shared 30th place today with a 72 on the board consisting four birdies, and the same amount of bogeys in his round today.
Indians at the Event
Keeping the Indian hopes alive at the event are Asian Team Captain Arjun Atwal for a shared 10th place with Richard T. Lee at 11-under 205, and Macao Open champion Gaganjeet Bhullar shares 20th place with Keith Horne, Lee Chieh-po, and Danny Chia at nine-under 67.
Ajeetesh Sandhu, Shiv Kapur, and Honey Baisoya share 24th place at eight-under 208. Final day surely looks exciting as it’s a tough call to predict the winner from Randhawa and the local boy Tabuena.