Commercial Bank Qatar Masters – Day Three in Numbers

1/24/2014 2:38:18 PM
Fabrizio Zanotti  (Getty Images)
Fabrizio Zanotti (Getty Images)

We’re 54 holes down and 18 more to go at Doha GC as those atop the board jostled for position on an extremely congested leaderboard at the latest stop on The Race to Dubai, the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters. Europeantour.com took a look inside the figures that matter most on day three.

12 – under par leads the way with Rafa Cabrera-Bello and Steve Webster on top

19 – players within four shots of the leading pair

64 – strokes for French rookie Adrien Saddier who shot the round of the day

7 – threes in a row from the second hole for the Qualifying School graduate Saddier

5th – event that the rookie has played on The European Tour

2 – titles won here by Paul Lawrie, in 1999 and 2012, and he is two strokes back at ten under par

1 – eagle in round three (Sergio Garcia, tenth hole) compared to 14 over the first 36 holes

4.3 – the average of the hardest hole in round three, the 488 yard par four sixth

4.5 – strokes averaged on the par five tenth, the easiest hole

305 – yards averaged by the longest driver this week, Peter Uihlein, from the tee in round three

16.3 – average greens hit in regulation over first three rounds by most accurate player, Magnus A Carlsson (91%)