Andrew Dodt, of Australia has the 54 hole lead in the BMW PGA Championship on a windy West Course at Wentworth, in England.
Andrew carded -4 under par 68 in the third round,to take the lead into the final round of the BMW PGA Championship, with a -8 under par total.
He mentioned in the windy conditions in interview;
“It was a different wind direction to the first two days.”
“It was pretty tricky, the first 12 holes were really tough with the greens firm.”
Branden Grace, South Africa, who earlier in the competition had received a controversial free drop lies in second place at -7 under par, compiling -2 under par 70 today.
Francesco Molinari, Italy, +2 over 74 today, and Lee Westwood, England, with an even par round of 72 today, share third place at -5 under par.
The Olympic Champion Justin Rose, who yesterday made an Eagle at the last to make the cut, carded -2 under 70 in his third round and is now at even par for the tournament. If the wind continues to blow tomorrow he could have a chance if he can produce an early low round and set a reasonable clubhouse target.