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    • Lee, Laycock, Holman lead PGA TOUR China regulars contingent at Fiji International

    • Lucas Lee dropped down the leaderboard Saturday in Fiji. Lucas Lee dropped down the leaderboard Saturday in Fiji.

    NATADOLA, Fiji -- A four-bogey-in-five-hole stretch to end his third round left PGA TOUR China Series member Lucas Lee tied for 12th with 18 holes to play at the Fiji International. Lee is tied with fellow Series member Scott Laycock and Nathan Holman, eight strokes behind leaders Jake Higginbottom and Steven Jeffress at the PGA Tour of Australasia event at Natadola Bay Championship Golf Course. Higginbottom ande Jeffress lead Andrew Dodt by two strokes and Brad Kennedy by three.

    While Lee was dropping down the leaderboard with his 4-over 76 Saturday, Laycock, a native of Australia, shot a 1-under 71 moved up 12 places. Other Series members in the top 25 with a round to play are Steve Dartnall, who held a share of the lead after 18 holes. He shot a 1-over 73 Saturday and his tied for 15th with four others, including World Golf Hall of Famer Vijay Singh. David McKenzie, who was tied with Dartnall following the first round, is tied for 33rd, with Series member Ted Oh.

    Seven other PGA TOUR China Series players who made it to the weekend: Ryan Haller (tied for 31st), Daniel Nisbet (tied for 33rd), Michael Choi  and Ji Man Kang (tied for 35th), Jamie Arnold (tied for 41st), Mark Brown (59th) and Ze Yu He (60th).

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