Miguel Tabuena stays in the hunt, stands three strokes off entering final round in Myanmar
Miguel Tabuena fires a second straight 69 at Pun Hlaing Golf Club. Jerome Ascano

MIGUEL Tabuena stayed in the hunt in the Myanmar Open, firing a second straight 69 on Saturday at Pun Hlaing Golf Club in Yangon.

The Philippine Open champion stood three strokes off the pace after firing four birdies against two bogeys.

Tabuena was at 8-under 205, in joint fourth with Spain’s Carlos Pigem, who carded a 68, and Australia’s Todd Sinnott, who fired the day’s best 64.

First round co-leader Angelo Que carded a 72 and stood at even 213 for a share of 41st, while Juvic Pagunsan was tied for 50th at 214 after a 74.

Japan’s Yusaku Miyazato was alone on top at 11-under 202 after submitting a 71, while KT Kim of Korea was in solo second after firing a 68 for a 203 total.

Sihwan Kin of the US shot a 68 and was in third at 204.



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