Campillo leads by 1 shot at Qatar Masters as fading light cuts short his third round

DOHA, Qatar (AP) — Jorge Campillo led by one shot before the third round of the Qatar Masters was suspended because of fading light on Saturday, with the Spanish golfer having just the 18th hole left to play.

Campillo will return Sunday bidding to win on the European tour for a fourth time and a second time this year after the Kenya Open in March.

Sami Valimaki of Finland held the clubhouse lead after shooting a third straight round of 67, leaving him on 15-under par for the tournament. Campillo was the only player above him on the leaderboard and was 6 under for his third round with the par-5 last remaining.

Robert MacIntyre was in third place, a shot further back, and was 2 under for his round with two holes to play.

In the clubhouse on 13 under was Sean Crocker (67), Scott Jamieson (66) and Nacho Elvira (66).


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