Bob MacIntyre shares Porsche European Open lead heading into final round

Residence favorite Bernd Ritthammer dug deep to keep his title near the peak of the leaderboard however joined robert MacIntyre.
The Scot shot a perfect 65 to begin the third round with a four-shot edge at 11 but he found that lead disappear in the turn while enjoying partner Ritthammer rolled in two birdies, since he carded two bogeys.
The Nuremberg native and MacIntyre bogeyed the 10th under before Ritthammer showed nerves of steel to bounce and birdie the 11th and 12th to spike 2 shots ahead to drop to eight.
Ritthammer allowed Ryder Cup star Paul Casey along with MacIntyre back at eight under after bogeys.
But the set regathered his or her composure to birdie the last and move one shot before world No 17 Casey at Green Eagle Golf Courses.
“Things did not go my way now,” MacIntyre said. “I fought until the end. It doesn’t matter where I am on top, bottom or the leaderboard, every point counts.
“Today I only showed my struggle and also to birdie the past was enormous to find a tie for the purpose.
“It’s just about the belief. I will go out there on Sunday and play my very best golf.
“If it is enough, it’s enough. If it’s not, it is not. We’re always going to understand and now was a enormous learning experience.”
While Austria’s Matthias Schwab along with also Spaniard Pablo Larrazabal are just one further back on seven under par, rolled in five birdies but blotted his own card with two bogeys to sit solo third.
Watch the final of the Porsche European Open live on Sky Sports Golf on Sunday from 11.30am.

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