Dylan Frittelli happy he’s flowing in the wind after conquering the conditions to take a two-shot lead into the final round of the Bahrain Championship

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  • South African Dylan Frittelli conquered strong winds to take a two-shot lead
  • Sheffield’s Sam Bairstow is the best-placed Englishman on seven under par

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Dylan Frittelli conquered strong winds to pull away and take a two-shot lead into Sunday’s final round of the Bahrain Championship.

The South African, in a three-way tie at halfway, shot a classy 69 in testing conditions to get to 12-under par, two clear of compatriot Ockie Strydom.

It could have been better but for a bogey at the tough 18th, though two-time DP Tour winner Frittelli said: ‘I’m happy, it was another tough day in the wind and I seemed to handle it pretty well. If it blows again on Sunday I’ll be confident.’

Frittelli is relaunching his career after a horror 2023 on the PGA tour, when he made just four cuts in 27 tournaments.

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Sheffield’s rising star Sam Bairstow, a graduate from the Challenge Tour, is the best-placed Englishman in a group on seven under, five shots off the lead.

Dylan Frittelli conquered strong winds to take a two-shot lead into the final round in Bahrain

Dylan Frittelli conquered strong winds to take a two-shot lead into the final round in Bahrain

Sheffield’s Sam Bairstow  is the best-placed Englishman in a group on seven under par

Sheffield’s Sam Bairstow  is the best-placed Englishman in a group on seven under par

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