Stephen Gallacher shot a third-round 9-under 63, including a 9-under 28 on the back nine, to grab a two-shot lead at the Omega Dubai Desert Classic.
The Omega Dubai Desert Classic was first played in 1989. Since then, no player has successfully defended his title.
That could very well change this year.
Stephen Gallacher fired a 9-under 63 at Emirates Golf Club in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, to take a two-shot lead into Sunday's final round. And as if 63 wasn't impressive enough, consider that Gallacher shot 9-under 28 on the back nine, setting a tournament record and tying a European Tour record.
Of course, there are still 18 holes remaining, and the likes of Rory McIlroy, Brooks Koepka and Thorbjorn Olesen are not ...
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