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Bjerregaard edges ahead of the pack in Portugal

Lucas Bjerregaard will take a one-shot lead into the final round at Dom Pedro Victoria Golf Course as he goes in search of a first European Tour title at the Portugal Masters.

Rounds of 66, 65 and 68 have moved the Dane to 14 under par and given him an excellent platform heading into Sunday, but there are 15 players within four shots of the lead.


Van Rooyen moves clear in Kazakhstan

Erik van Rooyen will take a one-shot lead into the final day of the Kazakhstan Open after signing for a third round of 68 in Almaty.

The South African went into the third day at Nurtau Golf Club one shot behind overnight co-leaders Mikael Lundberg and Estanislao Goya, and he immediately reduced that deficit with two birdies over his first three holes.


Poom powers into joint lead with Takayama at Asia-Pacific Diamond Cup

Thailand’s Poom Saksansin brilliantly stayed bogey-free for the second straight day at the Asia-Pacific Diamond Cup, signing for a third round four-under-par 67 to grab a share of the lead with Tadahiro Takayama of Japan on Saturday.

Starting the day six shots back, Poom reeled in nine straight pars from the first before storming home with four birdies to match the three-day efforts of Takayama on 12-under-par 201 total at the Caledonian Golf Club. 


O'Toole runs away with EurAsia Sabah Championship

John Michael O’Toole of the United States completed a convincing 12-shot victory at the PGM EurAsia Sabah Championship after closing with a two-under-par 70 on Saturday. With a winning total of 15-under-par 273, O’Toole equalled the biggest winning margin on the ADT but it will not be a formal record as the preferred lies ruling was in play.

Natthapong Niyomchon of Thailand settled for second place following a 69 while Amir Nazrin of Malaysia, Panuwat Muenlek of Thailand, Nattawat Suvajanakorn and John Catlin of the United States shared third place. 


Star line up confirmed for Hero Pro-Am at British Masters

Some of the biggest names in sport, television and entertainment will come together at Close House Golf Club on Wednesday September 27 for the Hero Pro-Am at the British Masters supported by Sky Sports. Celebrities from across the sporting and show-business spheres will join a world-class field of professional golfers for what is set to be an exciting prelude to the main event in Newcastle.

Four-time Major Champion Rory McIlroy will be joined by television presenter Vernon Kay as they tee off at 08:20, and reigning Masters Tournament champion Sergio Garcia will tee off at 09:10, with TV personality Jeremy Kyle welcoming the players to the tee.


Bertasio edges ahead in Vilamoura

Nino Bertasio takes a one-shot lead into the weekend at the Portugal Masters as he seeks his maiden European Tour victory.

The Italian entered the week at 117th on the Race to Dubai Rankings and is also outside the top ten on the Access List, but he’s on course for the big finish he needs after shooting two consecutive rounds of 65 at Dom Pedro Victoria Golf Course to get to the top of the leader board at 12 under par.


Amazing finish takes Henry into Kazakhstan contention

Scott Henry carded an albatross and two birdies during his final three holes of the day to go into the weekend one shot off the lead at the Kazakhstan Open.

The Scot, who won the 2012 edition of the tournament at nearby Zhailjau Golf Club, went into the second round at Nurtau Golf Club one adrift of the overnight lead after an opening 67.


Wattel flying high after KLM Open victory

Romain Wattel landed his first European Tour title after a dramatic finish at the KLM Open. The Frenchman, who had recorded 25 top-ten finishes in his previous 186 events without tasting victory, was in control for much of the final round but survived a late scare when he missed the green with his approach to the last.

He successfully got up and down for par and a closing 69, which gave him a 15 under total.


Guerrier seals glorious day for French golf

Julien Guerrier clinched a second European Challenge Tour win of the season with a dominant six-shot victory at the Irish Challenge hosted by Mount Wolseley Hotel, Spa & Golf Resort just hours after compatriot Romain Wattel had sealed a maiden European Tour win at the KLM Open.

Wattel has significant Challenge Tour history of his own, having won on the tour in 2010 when still an amateur, and he is sure to be joined on the European Tour next year by Guerrier, who remains second on the Road to Oman but has cut Aaron Rai’s lead to around 19,000 points.


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