MADRID — Ross McGowan has shot a 12-under 60 to take a seven-shot lead after the third round of the Madrid Masters.
The Englishman was at 24-under 192 on Saturday after a round that included two eagles and 10 birdies at the Centro Nacional course.
Sergio Garcia bogeyed four of his last seven holes on his way to a 71 that put him 10 shots back after he shared the overnight lead with David Drysdale. The Scot had a 69 and was eight strokes adrift.
Michael Lorenzo-Vera (64) of France and Danny Willett (66) of England shared second place.