Saturday, 26 October 2013
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After a superbly entertaining Moving Day, took a statistical, and sometimes sideways, look at the key numbers from day three at the BMW Masters presented by SRE Group in Shanghai.


5 – The number of shots Rafa Cabrera-Bello made up on Moving Day to grab a share of the 54-hole lead

0 – The Spaniard was bogey-free in an imperious 67

20 – Months since his last European Tour win at the 2012 Omega Dubai Desert Classic

67 – The low round of the day set by Cabrera-Bello, Bourdy, Fernandez-Castano and Kjeldsen

3 – Degrees warmer than Friday

3 – Chip-ins from Luke Guthrie this week after the American holed out again at the eighth

4 – Birdies and bogeys from Guthrie in his level par 72

3 – Spaniards in the top ten heading into Sunday (Cabrera-Bello, Fernandez-Castano and Pablo Larrazabal

2 – Americans, Scots and Englishmen in the top ten with 18 to play in Shanghai

380 – The yardage of the par four 11th, which Lee Westwood drove en route to making eagle

16 – 2012 champion Peter Hanson’s aggregate score under par after 54 holes last year

8 – The total set by Cabrera-Bello and Guthrie this year with Sunday to come

33 – The number of shots between first and last place

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Tournament Leaderboard

Pos Player nameNatHolePar
1FDEZ-CASTAÑO, GonzaloESP18-11
T2MOLINARI, FrancescoITA18-10
T2JAIDEE, ThongchaiTHA18-10
T5BJÖRN, ThomasDEN18-8

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