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Day three of the Maybank Malaysian Open 2015 ended at 3pm with one hone-in-one, 8 eagles, 43 players under par and Austrian Bernd Wiesberger topping the leaderboard. Wiesberger who had an amazing nine under par (-9) with two birdies on the last two holes and at seventen under par (-17) takes a 2 shot lead into tomorrow’s final round.
Whilst defending champion Lee Westwood had a steady par for his first five holes, there were others who roared out of the blocks to show that the tournament is anyone’s game. Thongchai Jaidee who carded a staggering six under on the front nine including an ace on the 11th (his 2nd) which he followed with a bogey on the 12th but finished well with a 67. Overnight joint leader, Alejandro Canizares meanwhile had two birdies in the first three holes to take over the lead on his own which he maintained for two holes until he was overtaken by the charging Wiesberger, with Canizares at fiftee under par (-15) and the defending champion at fourteen under par (-14), hot on his heels.
With an eagle and three birdies, Paul Waring was four under par (-4) after five and this was matched by Gregory Bourdy, who had four birdies in his first five holes before Waring drew away with two eagles and six birdies to be tied with English colleague Westwood at fourteen under par (-14).