Saturday, May 05, 2018

Besseling and Lengden share
Spanish Challenge lead
EUROPEAN TOUR COMMUNICATIONS
Wil Besseling and Oscar Lengden share the Challenge de España lead on ten under par going into the final round following a sun-baked day at Izki Golf Club in Spain
The duo, playing in the penultimate group of the day, passed overnight leader Julien Brun with a string of birdies on the back nine.
Swede Lengden carded a four under par 68 while Besseling went one better by signing for a 67.
Much improved weather conditions marked a sudden enhancement in scoring as numerous players posted low scores early in the day.
One of those was Tomas Santos Silva who signed for a seven-under par 65.
The Portuguese player, out in the second group of the day, carded eight birdies and a single bogey en route to signing for the low round of the day which catapulted him 47 places into joint sixth.
Another of the day’s low scorers was Englishman Ross McGowan. The 2009 Madrid Masters winner was one under par going into the third round but shot a bogey-free 66 to share fourth place on seven under par.
Scores after round three:
par 216 (3x72)

206 W Besseling (Netherlands) 69 70 67, O Lengden (Swe) 69 69 68
207 C Braeunig (Ger) 69 72 66, J Brun (Fra) 69 66 72
209 J Sjöholm (Swe) 70 70 69, R McGowan (Eng) 72 71 66, N Lemke (Swe) 71 69 69
210 A Rozner (Fra) 70 72 68, R McGee (Ire) 72 70 68, M Ford (Eng) 71 67 72, T Santos Silva (Portugal) 74 71 65
211 E Goya (Arg) 69 73 69, A Knappe (Ger) 73 69 69, F Bergamaschi (Ita) 71 73 67, M Hoey (NIre) 71 71 69
212 C Feldborg Nielsen (Swe) 71 70 71, P Angles (Spn) 70 73 69, N Geyger (Chile) 70 72 70, N Johansson (Swe) 71 70 71, J Senior (Eng) 70 70 72, J Hansen (Denmark) 72 72 68 
213 V Perez (Fra) 72 72 69, R McEvoy (Eng) 73 70 70, P Barjon (Fra) 70 71 72, L Nemecz (Austria) 73 68 72, M Haastrup (Denmark) 74 71 68, M Kim (SKor) 70 73 70, S Khan (Eng) 72 70 71, S Tarrio Ben (Spn) 73 72 68, J Huldahl (Denmark) 72 70 71, A Meronk (Poland) 67 70 76, B Hellgren (Swe) 73 72 68, R Langasque (Fra) 72 69 72, D Boote (Wales) 71 73 69, J Pastor (Spn) 68 73 72
214 J Doherty (Sco) 73 68 73, J Van Der Vaart (Netherlands) 75 69 70, R Santos (Portugal) 71 72 71, J Quesne (Fra) 69 73 72, R Van West (Netherlands) 70 73 71, C Sharvin (NIre) 65 75 74, R Enoch (Wales) 69 72 73, P Figueiredo (Portugal) 76 69 69, C Mivis (Belgium) 71 71 72, N Von Dellingshausen (Ger) 67 71 76, P Mejow (Ger) 72 71 71, R Sciot-Siegrist (Fra) 72 69 73
215 A Tadini (Ita) 74 70 71, G Stal (Fra) 71 69 75, B Virto (Spn) 71 73 71, A Arnaus (Spn) 73 72 70, P Maddy (Eng) 72 72 71
216 M Gradecki (Pol) 70 75 71, J Maw (Eng) 74 68 74, B Parker (Eng) 75 68 73, E De La Riva (Spn) 76 69 71
217 H Leon (Chile) 74 71 72
218 D Berna Manzanares (Spn) 72 71 75, D Borda (Spn) 70 74 74, R De Sousa (Switz) 72 73 73, T Linard (Fra) 71 73 74
219 P Erofejeff (Finland) 70 75 74, H Joannes (Belgium) 75 68 76, J Adams (Eng) 73 72 74, A Chapman (Eng) 78 66 75
220 M Lundberg (Swe) 73 72 75, M Galiano Aguilar (Spn) 71 73 76
222 F Aguilar (Chile) 74 71 77, X Gorospe (Spn) (am) 73 72 77

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