Angelo Que, Juvic Pagunsan five strokes off pace entering final round of Fukushima Open
Angelo Que fires 67 after back-to-back 70s.

ANGELO Que fired a 67 to move to joint 19th with Juvic Pagunsan after the third round of the Japan Tour’s Dunlop Srixon Fukushima Open on Thursday.

Coming off a huge victory on the Philippine Golf Tour, Que started with back-to-back 70s and moved to nine-under 207 with six birdies and a bogey on moving day at Grandee Nasushirakawa Golf Club.

Pagunsan came up with three birdies and three bogeys for a 72, while three others players also had a 207 total.

Taichi Teshima carded a 68, Aaron Townsend of Australia scored a 69, while Tatsuya Kodai had a 72.

They stood five strokes off leaders Yoshinori Fujimoto, who carded a 69, and Korea’s In-Hoi Hur, who shot a 71.

Sung Je Im scored a tournament-best 63 for a share of third spot with Akio Sadakata, who carded 67, and Katsumasa Miyamoto, who shot a 69.

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