Scott Hend will lapse to finish a final 5 holes of his third turn with a two-shot lead after a weather-affected Saturday during a Omega European Masters.
Temperatures during Crans-sur-Sierre Golf Club forsaken on Saturday and scoring became tough.
Hend non-stop a contest with scores of 64 and 63 though wasn’t means to continue that form on relocating day as he slumped to two-over-par by 13 holes.
However, a Australian still leads binds a two-shot lead over a chasing container that is now led by South Africa’s Darren Fichardt, England’s Matthew Fitzpatrick and Paraguayan Fabrizio Zanotti who are all during nine-under-par.
Speaking after a frustrating day, Hend certified he was blissful it was over.
Perfect timing ⏰
Hend creates a excellent birdie during 13 before a hooter goes. pic.twitter.com/vgvV9sLRel
— The European Tour (@EuropeanTour) September 9, 2017
“It was all ease when we started though after we went back, it was only so cold out there,” he said.
“The greens got a small bit severe so we was only perplexing to be patient. Everyone was dropping shots.
“Some good holes to finish with when we come behind tomorrow so we will see how we will be positioned for a final round.”