Jonzon's 65 good for 1-shot lead
CASTELLON, Spain -- Michael Jonzon of Sweden shot a 6-under 65 to take a one-stroke lead the Castello Masters after the third round on Saturday.
Jonzon was at 16-under 197 at Club de Campo del Mediterraneo.
Martin Kaymer of Germany and Sergio Garcia of Spain were tied for second. Kaymer had a 68 and Garcia shot a 67 after finishing his second round in the morning because play on Friday had been halted by failing light.
Sam Hutsby of England was another shot back after a 66 in his third European Tour event as a professional.
"I'm enjoying every minute," Hutsby said. "It's not really sunk in yet that I'm playing on Tour. Hopefully, I can sleep well tonight and then keep to my course-management plan under pressure."
Kaymer will go top of The Race to Dubai standings if he wins Castello, his first event since breaking some toes in a go-kart crash in August.
Copyright 2009 by The Associated Press
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