Lucas Bjerregaard equalled the lowest round of the week with a 67 to set the clubhouse target and share the lead on day three of the BMW International Open.
The big-hitting Dane made the most of low winds in the early stages and with the breeze getting up as the day went on, his five under par total was likely to have him right in contention heading into Sunday.
Local favourite Maximilian Kieffer and Australian Scott Hend were alongside Bjerregaard after ten and nine holes respectively, a shot clear of Nico Geyger, Mikko Korhonen, Chris Paisley, Aaron Rai and Henric Sturehed.
Kieffer birdied the first to get within a shot of the lead and when Sturehed left himself jus…
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