SON SERVERA, Spain (AP) — Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano of Spain three-putted the last hole Saturday to slip into a tie for the lead with Sweden’s Pelle Edberg after the third round of the Mallorca Open.
Fernandez-Castano shot a 2-under 68, joining Edberg at 4 under overall heading into the final round at the 6,915-yard Pula Golf Club. Edberg followed up his second-round 64 with a 71, mixing three birdies with four bogeys.
James Kingston of South Africa, who shared the lead with Edberg after the second round, fell back to sixth after a 74.
Scott Hend of Australia is one shot off the lead after a 66.
Sweden’s Peter Hanson and Spain’s Alejandro Canizares were two shots back in fourth, while England’s Chris Wood was sixth alongside Kingston and Mark Haastrup of Denmark.