Amardeep Malik maintained his rhythm on the third day as well and posted three-under 69 to hold the lead at the Delhi-NCR Open.
Manu Gandas joined Malik at the top after carding a blistering six-under 66 in the third round of Rs. 40 Lakh prize money event.
The 36-year-old Malik, playing at his home course, smashed five birdies against two bogeys in round three to keep up the momentum at the prestigious PGTI event.
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Manu, who was the joint-leader after the first round, played a steady game in the second round (69) and dropped out from the lead, but on the third day, he changed his gears and followed an attacking approach in the field to post six-under 66.
Manu, who started his third-day journey with par-par-bogey, bounced back with seven birdies on the remaining fifteen holes to reach the top place.
Md. Zamal Hossain Mollah also made a slight improvement and climbed from overnight 5th place to solo third after carding a modest three-under 69 at the Noida Golf Course.
Angad Cheema also had a solid third round as he produced six-under 66 to grab solo-fourth place heading into final round.
After starting the day with a beautiful eagle on the par-5 first hole, Abhijit Singh Chadha lost his momentum and witnessed a roller-coaster on the remaining seventeen.
The 2021 Pune Open championship winner Chadha with rounds of six-under 66, three-under 69, and an even-par 72, was at solo-fifth place.
Yuvraj Singh Sandhu maintained his decent run on the day too, as he only managed to post one-under 71 and secure tied-25th place after the second last round.
Posted on: 2022 Apr 21 Thu