Tabuena, Quiban six shots off lead     

Miguel Tabuena


Miguel Tabuena and Justin Quiban of the Philippines on Saturday found themselves tied in the $750,000 DGC Open in India, six strokes behind the new leader to advance to the final 18 holes.

Tabuena went up to par 72, while Quiban saved a 73 point with a birdie on the 18th hole with 211 strokes as the tournament toasted a new leader for a third day in a row after India’s Rashid Khan shot 68 points to lead compatriot Seenappa Chikkarangappa by three shots.

Khan, a 13-time pro and two-time Asian Tour champion, dropped six birdies after opening the third round with a double bogey 7 even as Chikkarangappa returned 74 points with no birdies.

India’s Honey Baisoya shot its best 65 of the day to plunge into serious contention at 210 as Thailand’s Chapchai Nirat shot 71 and another house bet, Om Prakash Chouhan, obtained it. seventy three.

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