Stortalentet Rasmus Højgaard is a single blow from a lead within the final round of the Mauritius Open.
The 18-year-old Danish golfer Rasmus Højgaard is well on the way to his first major achievement on the European Tour.
When he on Saturday had completed the 18 holes at the third round of the Mauritius Open, he lay on a shared first place.
Back in the clubhouse he could see several of its competitors, completing the last holes of the round. Three of them overtook the dane, he saw before Sunday's final round is on a shared fourth place with american Sihwan Kim.
The is a blow after the leading trio, with belgian Thomas Detry, the scotsman Calum Hill and frenchman Antoine Rozner.
Thus he is total of 15 strokes under par in Sunday's final round.
During Saturday's round was seven birdies, while just a single bogey pulled from in the accounts.
Also, Soren Kjeldsen will interfere in the good end of the post. He is on a shared tenth place after a score of 69 strokes on Saturday. Overall, Kjeldsen in 12 strokes under par, and he has, therefore, four strokes up to a lead.
Jeff Winther and Benjamin Poke missed the cut.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 07 December 2019, 14:00