JAY Bayron failed to take advantage when the leaders struggled, and instead continued his slide, shooting a 74 and diving from seventh spot to joint 14th in the third round of the Panasonic Open India on Saturday at Delhi Golf Club.
After a promising opening 70 for a share of fifth place, the Asian Development Tour Order of Merit winner failed to keep pace with the leaders and shot a second-round 72 and the two-over card in the third round moved him at even par although that was eight strokes off the lead.
Wade Ormsby of Australia held on to the top spot despite a 74 (208), keeping a one-stroke lead over Singapore’s Lam Chih Bing, who shot a 73 (209).
Mars Pucay moved up from 40th place to joint 22nd after coming up with a 71.
Veteran Jyoti Randhawa shot a day’s best 67 to vault from 22nd to solo fifth at 212, while Shamim Khan, another home bet, also had a 67 and climbed from 47th to joint 10th.