Felipe Aguilar takes two-shot lead in to Lyoness Open final round
By Ali Stafford
Last Updated: 10/06/17 4:28pm
Felipe Aguilar remains on course for a third European Tour title after holding on to his two-shot advantage during the third round of the Lyoness Open.
The Chilean posted a third-round 72 at Diamond Country Club to maintain his overnight cushion and stay well-placed for a wire-to-wire victory.
Sweden's Johan Carlsson is in tied-second on seven under alongside Sepp Straka and Dylan Frittelli, with Richard McEvoy one of four players sitting three off the pace.
Holding a two-shot lead at the halfway stage, Aguilar birdied the first but three-putted the next before picking up shots at the fourth and seventh.
Home interest, Straka, took advantage of Aguilar's bogey at the eighth by posting back-to-back birdies from the 15th to temporarily move within one of the lead.
The Austrian then bogeyed his penultimate hole and saw Aguilar move three ahead with a two-putt birdie at the 15th, before the overnight pacesetter missed the 18th green to post a closing bogey.
Frittelli posted four birdies along his back nine to move within two of the lead, with Carlsson picking up shots at the 15th and 17th on his way to a one-under 71.
Graeme Storm stuttered to a three-over 75 to slip five shots back, while home favourite Bernd Wiesberger bogeyed the last to close a two-over 74 and drop in to the group on three under.
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