Wallace three ahead in Scotland

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By Ali Stafford

Last Up-to-date: 17/10/20 6: 54pm

A look back on the best of the action from the 3rd round of the Scottish Championship from Fairmont St Andrews

Matt Wallace birdied their final two holes to take the three-shot lead into the final circular of the Scottish Championship presented simply by AXA.

The Englishman’s fast finish closed out the blemish-free round and saw your pet post a third consecutive 66 within as many days at Fairmont Saint Andrews, pulling him clear of Garrick Porteous.

Overnight co-leader Adrian Otaegui sits four shots back in third ahead of Sean Crocker, with Eddie Pepperell part of the three-way tie for fifth upon 12 under alongside Chris Paisley and Jonathan Caldwell.

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“To complete the way I did was really nice, inch Wallace said. “It’s probably the greatest I’ve ever handled myself. Occasionally I feel like I wanted to force on but I stayed actually patient and it showed there right at the end. ”

Wallace skipped a five-foot birdie opportunity in the third but made amends simply by rolling in from 15 foot at the next, before driving the particular green at the par-four seventh plus converting a 20-footer for skull cap.

Matt Wallace discusses how this individual stayed disciplined to post a third consecutive 66 and open up a three-shot lead at the Scottish Championship

The world No fifty-one ended a run of skipped birdie chances from inside 15 foot with a close-range gain at fourteenth, with a bunker hole-out at the par-three 17th and a kick-in birdie on the last extending his advantage.

Porteous made his progress the leaderboard with five birdies in the first eight holes associated with his third-round 66, while Otaegui was with him in a discuss of second until finishing their two-under 70 with a penultimate-hole bogey.

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Crocker made an skull cap and seven birdies in his lively five-under 67 to get within 5 of the lead, with Scottish Open up champion Aaron Rai seven back again after a double-bogey at the 17th noticed him settle for a level-par seventy two.

Adrian Saddier fallen three shots over his last three holes to join Rai upon 11 under, while three directly bogeys around the turn saw Shelter Westwood post a third-round seventy two and slip into tied-20th,

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