Wiesberger leads with a shot
Wiesberger shot five-under 67 for the day to take one shot lead at clubhouse over Victor Dubuisson, Scott Jamieson, Julian Suri, and Branden Grace.
Have you seen a break like this?
"That's the break of the century." ?
— The European Tour (@EuropeanTour) November 9, 2017
Wiesberger’s one-shot lead
Wiesberger posted eight birdies and three bogeys in his round of five-under 67. A birdie by him on the very last hole broke the five-man tie at the top, for a solo lead.
Dubuisson, Jamieson, Suri, and Grace posted rounds of four-under 68 for the day for a shared second place on the board, where Dubuisson posted five birdies, and a bogey in his round, Jamieson posted six birdies and two bogeys in his round, his last hole bogey cost him the lead, American Suri had a rather pleasant run today going bogey-free four-under for the day, and local guy Grace who recently made a historical 61 at The Open, posted an eagle on the par-5 14th, four birdies and two bogeys in his round today.
Alex Noren, the Defending Champion
Defending champion Noren posted an eagle on the par-5 10th, two birdies, and a bogey to finish his round for a three-under 69 and a four-way tie at the sixth-place on the board shared with Graeme Storm, Hideto Tanihara, and Charl Schwartzel.
Storm posted an eagle on the par-5 2nd, and it looked liked he has something big planned out for today, but the very next hole took the best of him with a double-bogey, four birdies, and a bogey.
Tommy Fleetwood, Race to Dubai leader
A win here will mean that Tommy takes it all home finishing on top of the Race to Dubai leader, but his score of one-over 73, now puts him six shots off the lead and share 39th place on the board with Haydn Porteous, Richie Ramsay, Martin Kaymer, Francesco Molinari, David Horsey, and Jeunghun Wang.
Tommy posted two birdies, and three birdies in his round today.