Late slip cuts Dyson lead
England's Simon Dyson will go into the final round of the Spanish Open with a one shot lead after another exciting day in Seville.
The winds continued to blow in Andalucia but Dyson appeared to have mastered the blustery conditions as he opened up a three shot lead before double-bogeying the last to card a 71 and finish on five-under.
Soren Kjeldsen and home favourite Pablo Larrazabal share second place a shot behind the Yorkshireman, while Spaniards Jose Campillo and Alejandro Canizares find themselves on three-under and two-under respectively.
The resurgent Larrazabal only carded a single bogey all day and says its a nice change to play in such difficult conditions.
"Only one bogey - it's a great round," said Larrazabal. "I like it when the course is challenging. I don't like it when the winner is 25 under."
However, it was a miserable day for overnight leader Gregory Bourdy, as the Frenchman failed to break 80 at the Real Club de Golf de Sevilla.