Juvic Pagunsan joint third, three strokes off pace entering final round in Japan
Former top Asian player Juvic Pagunsan looks to make it to the top this time after a sixth place finish last year.

JUVIC Pagunsan continued his fine play in the Japan Tour’s Token Homemate Cup, firing a bogey-free 67 for a share of third spot in the third round on Saturday in Nagoya.

The shotmaker from Bacolod came up with three birdies on the front nine and one on the back at Token Tado Country Club.

That moved him to 10-under 203, just three strokes off Liang Wenchong of China, who fired a 66.

Pagunsan, who shot two straight 68s, shared third spot with Adam Bland, who had a 65, and David Oh, who shot a 66.

The 38-year-old Pagunsan is looking to finally finish on top after a heartbreaking second place finish in the Singapore Open co-sanctioned by the Japan Tour in January.

A former Asian Tour top money earner, Pagunsan wound up tied for sixth in the Token Homemate Cup last year.

Hiroyuki Fujita was alone in second at 11-under 202 after a third-round 67.

 

 

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