ANGELO Que hit an eagle but made two consecutive bogeys in the third-round which was suspended due to darkness on Saturday in the Singapore Open.
The former Philippine Open champion eagled the par-5 No. 4 but bogeyed the fifth and sixth holes.
He made eight straight pars and had four holes to play when the third round was halted.
Que was in seventh spot at 6-under, in a group that included Juvic Pagunsan, who was one under with two holes to play.
Miguel Tabuena was two over through 15 holes with two birdies and four bogeys and was in 22nd spot.
Tony Lascuna shot a 72 and was in 49th place in the tournament co-sanctioned by the Japan Golf Tour and Asian Tour.
Former Masters champion Adam Scott was one-under through 13 in the third round and 8-under for the tournament, taking a share of the top spot with Thailand’s Tirawat Kaewsiribandit, who shot a 66, and Phachara Khongwatmai, who carded a 67.