Oliver Fisher and Eddie Pepperell saw their shared overnight lead extended to three shots as the final round of the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters got under way.
The tee-times had been moved up due to the threat of bad weather and the rain did come overnight with conditions the toughest they had been all week, although the wind was still relatively light for Doha Golf Club.
The English pair entered the day at 16 under and three pars apiece in the early stages kept them at that mark.
Playing partner Sean Crocker had been two off the lead but he bogeyed the first and third, with Spaniard Gonzalo Fernandez-Castaño and Frenchman Grégory Havret replacing him as the…
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