12 – under par leads the way for Kiradech Aphibarnrat heading into the final 18 holes.
6 – standing on the 17th tee, the Thai held a six-shot lead over the field before dropping three shots over the closing holes to see his lead cut down to two shots.
15 – birdies on the front nine alone for Aphibarnrat this week, who is 12 under par over the opening nine holes in Shenzhen.
36 – (level par) is what the one-time European Tour winner has shot on the back nine every day so far this week.
4 – holes played under par in round two; whereas on ‘moving day’, 11 holes played under par.
1 – player in the whole field failed to make par at the easiest hole on the course, the 11th: the unlucky man in question was Morten Ørum Madsen.
5 – fairways found on a difficult day with the big stick for Peter Uihlein, who still managed to card a one under par 71 to leave himself just two back of the leader.
65 – score today from Pablo Larrazábal, who bettered by one his previous low round of the season, a 66 in Dubai.
10 – scores of three and under on Larrazábal’s third round scorecard.
6 – under par on the ten par fours for the charismatic Spaniard, who is just three shots back.
18 – the closing hole at Genzon GC, a par four measuring 456 yards, saw only two birdies all day.
9 – shot difference between playing partners Li Hao-tong and Bubba Watson.
3 – times Li has played with Bubba this week, with the pair drawn together for the first two days as well.
7 – birdies and no dropped shots in Li’s joint lowest round of the week, a 65.
19 – the age of the Chinese sensation.
7 – rounds at Genzon GC for Alex Levy, and seven under par rounds for the Frenchman, who shot a three under par 69 today.
330 – the distance in yards of Tommy Fleetwood’s monster drive on the 17th hole.