Miguel Tabuena fired a two-under-par 69 on Saturday to grab a share of 30th place with one round left in the Asian Tour’s BNI Indonesian Masters in Taifong Golf Club in Taiwan.
To go with his 70 and 68 during the first two rounds, Tabuena is now six-under 207, leading the Filipino charge in the $400,000 meet.
Angelo Que had a 70 for T50 with a three-under total, while Justin Quiban is tied for 63rd after a 74 that put him at one-under total after three rounds.
David Puig of Spain held the lead momentarily after a 62 which drove him to 13 under.
But with still two holes to go at press-time, Indian Gaganjeet Bhullar is expected to clutch a big lead entering Sunday’s final round. He is 19-under after two rounds after a 63 and 67.