Mallorca Classic: Derksen holds lead

Updated: 29 October 2007 18:16 IST

Robert-Jan Derksen of the Netherlands held a one-shot lead at the Mallorca Classic on Saturday before play was suspended for the third straight day.

Son Servera:

Robert-Jan Derksen of the Netherlands held a one-shot lead at the Mallorca Classic on Saturday before play was suspended for the third straight day.

Derksen was 1-under through 15 holes to lead at an overall 10-under before play was suspended due to bad light with 18 players still on the course.

Gregory Bourdy completed his round, shooting 64 for a 9-under 201.

He shared second place with fellow Frenchman Jean-Francois Lucquin, who was even after 15 holes played.

Ireland's Peter Lawrie and Sam Little of England were tied for fourth at 8-under with three holes to play.

Among those that completed their round, England's Richard Finch (66) was three shots back in sixth, one stroke better than Alexander Noren (64) of Sweden.

Sergio Garcia, runner-up here the past two years after winning in 2004, was even-par after 17 holes to sit five shots back of Derksen.

Second round play was completed Saturday morning after bad light had forced an early close the day before. Thunderstorms suspended the first round on Thursday.

Showers are predicted for Sunday.

Topics : Golf
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