PGA of Austria and PGA Tour China Professional, Georg Schultes, put himself in pole position heading into the final round of the 2017 Beko Classic Pro-Am, after a solid 72 gave him a single-shot lead.
Two birdies and one bogey were all Schultes needed to card his one-under par gross score for a four-under total (142), advancing himself into first ahead of Englishman David Lynn, who played it steady with a level-par 73 made up of two birdies and two bogeys to sit at three under (143).
Andrew Marshall, moved up to third at two-under par (144) after a 72, closely followed by fellow Englishman, Jamie Elson, and PGA of Sweden Professional, Bjorn Pettersson, both on one under (145).
In the Team Pro-Am event Opet 2 of PGA of Sweden Professional, Joakim Rask, and amateurs, Oya Dagli, Arzu Narin and Nurten Ozturk, rose five places up the leaderboard after an excellent 93 points took them to a total of 173 points (-29).
Team Opet 3 sit three points back in second after another solid round of 86 points for a 170-point total (-26), whilst Otokar 1 advanced 10 places with 90 points to close a further three points back at 167 (-23).
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