Some impressive numbers on day three of the Alstom Open de France and here's our pick of the bunch.
64 – low round of the week by our leader Jaco Van Zyl
13 – fairways hit of the 14 in his round – the only one he missed being hole….13!
30 – Putts from Mr Van Zyl
10 – under par for the South African as he becomes the first player to get into double figures under par
2 – shot lead heading into the final round chasing his maiden title
35 – holes without a bogey for Max Kieffer, who is just two shots behind Van Zyl
17 – cuts in a row made for the very consistent German this season
30 – on the back nine for Trevor Fisher Jnr, thanks to five birdies and no bogeys
7 – scores of three on the South African’s card on the back nine
6 – birdies in a row from Thongchai Jaidee to start his round
6 – Frenchman have won their national Open. Can Victor Dubuisson make it lucky number seven?
69 – scored on each day by Martin Kaymer
1 – eagle on L’Albatros
260 – birdies on day three
15 – played the hardest hole with an average of 4.272. 18th was the second hardest.
3 – of the hardest four holes on the course are in the magnificent last four holes. What a finish.
327.5 – the averaging driving distance from our big hitter Pedro Oriol
81% - fairways hit this week by Van Zyl and Alessandro Tadini
27 – putts averaged by Victor Dubuisson this week. Impressive with the short stick as he leads that category
17 – of the 18 greens hit in regulation today by American Brendan Steele as he mounts his challenge