Kiradech Aphibarnrat, from Thailand, has the 54 hole lead at the KLM Open in Holland.
Kiradech had a -5 under par 66 third round to take the KLM Open lead, and will have a one shot advantage to start the final round tomorrow. He holed a 25 ft putt on the 18th green to break clear, and was bogey free on the day;
“It’s been a great day, no dropped shots.”
“It’s nice to be in the last group on the final round, especially as it’s my first time in the Netherlands as well.”
“I have to thank all the fans that are coming out and supporting, it’s been bad weather this week but they are still here so they must really love golf a lot.”
Romain Wattel, France, is in second place, a great third round of -7 under par 64, with some good putting, taking him to -13 under par for the tournament;
“I’m very delighted, I played very good today.”
“I just tried to play my own game and I made some good putts.”
“The game, it’s just up and down. I’ve been doing my best this year but it hasn’t been enough.”
“I’ve been working with my coach and changed many things, but when you work a lot you don’t always get what you expect.”
Joël Stalter, also from France, has third place at -12 under par, starting the round as one of the leaders a -2 under par effort saw him slip back.
Another shot back at -11 under for the competition are Lee Westwood. England, -4 under 67 today, Sebastian Heisele, Germany, -3 under 68 and Joakim Lagergren, Sweden, who carded -1 under 70.