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Estoril (Portugal): Indian golfer Gaganjeet Bhullar rode on a flawless back-nine to card a two-under 70 and rise to tied 47th after the third round of the Portugal Open here.
The Kapurthala-pro has a three-day total of three-under 213.
It was not the best of starts for Bhullar as he stumbled to a bogey on the first hole but back-to-back birdies in the next two had him one-under.
However, a dropped shot on the fifth left Bhullar even-par at the turn.
On his way back, the Indian picked up birdies on the 11th and 18th in a steady performance to round off a reasonably good day. Dane Thomas Bjorn grabbed a three-stroke lead after a successive 65 left his overall total at 19-under 197.
Australian Richard Green was second after returning a 64 in the third round. — PTI
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