Shane Lowry, the highest-ranked player in the field at the Abu Dhabi Championship, justified his top billing by climbing to the top of a stacked leaderboard yesterday.
The Irishman, ranked 20th in the world and winner of the 2019 British Open, carded a third round six-under par 66 to share the lead at 13-under par 203 with promising Australian Min Woo Lee (66) and a resurgent Italian Francesco Molinari (69).
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Lowry jumped up the leaderboard after a holed-out second shot for an eagle on the par-4 sixth hole, and then made five birdies and a bogey to stay there.