Chris Hanson is in front in the race for the Trophée Hassan II, which would be his maiden European Tour win.
Chris carded a third round -5 under par 67, to top the leaderboard at the Trophée Hassan II, and put himself in position to pick up his maiden Tour win. He spoke about how difficult the course is, and his tactics for tomorrow;
“The tactics for tomorrow are the same again, it’s a brutal golf course out there and just stay patient and probably accepting that you’re going to make some bogeys, and taking your chances when you can.”
“It’s not something I thought I was going to go out there and shoot today but I played some really nice stuff and took my chances when I got them.”
“I felt I got rewarded for some good golf today.”
“It was a little bit of a lucky chip, it hit the flag and dropped, but you need those sort of things and hopefully it will set me up for a nice Sunday.”
“I drove the ball really nicely and kept myself in play a lot of the time. From there you can score on this golf course.”
Sharing second place at -5 under par, and just one shot back, are David Dixon, -5 under 67 today and Clément Berardo -4 under 68.
Joshua White holds fourth place on his own at -4 under par, he carded -2 under par 70.
Jeunghun Wang is fifth on -3 under.and he is one shot in front of the overnight leader Francesco Laporta, who shot a +4 over 76 to drop into a seven-way tie for sixth place on -2 under, with Estanislao Goya and Robert Rock among that large group.
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