Sunday, 20 September 2009

Seven birdies in the first 11 holes brought Spaniard Rafael Cabrera-Bello level with England's Benn Barham at the Austrian Golf Open final round in Vienna.

And when Ryder Cup Dane Søren Hansen two-putted the long ninth for birdie and an outward 33 it was a three-way tie on 16 under. 

Barham had started the day three clear, but a bogey on the third was his only deviation from par on the front nine as he sought a first European Tour title.

Hansen had started impressively with a birdie at the first courtesy of an approach to within ten foot.

But it was Cabrera-Bello, who graduated from last season’s Challenge Tour, who was looking the most impressive approaching the closing holes at Fontana Golf Club.

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