Perthshire: Jyoti Randhawa turned
in a blemishfree three-under 69 to rise to the tied eighth
spot but Gaganjeet Bhullar (75) continued to languish at the
bottom after the penultimate round of the Johnnie Walker Golf
The third-round 69, which included three birdies, took
Randhawa`s overall total to seven-under 209 and put him in
contention for a good finish in the event.
The third Indian in fray, Jeev Milkha Singh, lay at the
tied 32nd position after a steady two-under 70 left him
three-under 213 overall.
But Bhullar continued to struggle and was tied for the
58th spot with a total of two-over 218.
Randhawa was off to a fine start as he picked up a stroke
on the second hole and it went steady from there leaving him
one-under at the turn.
The back-nine was also bogey-free and Randhawa stroked in
back-to-back birdies on the 14th and 15th to rise up the
Jeev also had a similar day with a seventh-hole bogey
being the only blot on his card, which comprised three
Bhullar, in contrast, had another nightmarish day and
ended up dropping five bogeys against just a couple of
At the top, Italian Francesco Molinari (68) held a
one-stroke lead over his brother Edoardo with a total of