SOTOGRANDE, Spain -- Denmark's Soren
Kjeldsen led the Volvo Masters after the rain-disrupted third
round was completed early on Sunday.
While Kjeldsen topped the leaderboard for the third straight round, Briton Lee Westwood was still in with a chance of
pulling off a famous double -- winning Europe's closing
tournament of the year and clinching his second order of merit.
The 35-year-old Englishman has to win to claim the order of
Kjeldsen's 2-under-par 69 took him to eight-under 205,
three shots ahead of Westwood (70) and Spaniard Sergio Garcia
(70) as the Dane tried to go one better than last year when he
lost in a playoff to Britain's Justin Rose.
Briton Anthony Wall (71) was another stroke behind.
If Westwood wins the tournament, Karlsson will need to
finish no lower than fourth to capture his first Vardon Trophy.
Karlsson (72) and Irish triple major-winner Harrington (71)
finished the third round on three over, well down the field.
With the bad weather relenting, the fourth and final round
was already under way before the third-round leaders had
finished their rounds.