Seddiner See (Germany), Jul 3 (PTI) India's Diksha Dagar turned in a superb seven-under 65 to rise to T-17 after the third round of the Amundi German Masters here.
The Deaflympics gold medallist picked up eight birdies against one bogey to recover from one-over after two rounds to six-under after three rounds.
Diksha, who has finally began to find form, started from the 10th and had five birdies against one bogey on the ninth to turn in four-under.
On the second nine, a former winner on the LET, Diksha had three more birdies.
As for the other two Indians who made the cut -– Ridhima Dilawari (72) was lying T-56th and amateur Avani Prashanth shot 74 and slipped to T-64.
Three other Indians, Tvesa Malik, Amandeep Drall and Vani Kapoor missed the cut.
Sweden's Jessica Karlsson held a one-shot lead over compatriot Maja Stark at the end of the third day of the Amundi German Masters.
After completing her second round on Saturday morning, Karlsson had a four-shot lead with a total of 13-under-par and this afternoon, she added a third round of 71 (-1).
The 29-year-old dropped a shot on the third hole but bounced back with a birdie on the 10th before making another bogey on 13.
However, back-to-back birdies on 16 and 17 ensured the Swede kept her lead intact as she sits on 14-under-par with one round left at Golf & Country Club Seddiner See.
Three-time LET winner Maja Stark sits in second place on 13-under-par having fired a third round of 67 (-5) on Saturday afternoon.
Four shots behind the leader are Spain's Carmen Alonso and Germany's Leonie Harm, who are tied for third place on 10-under-par having carded rounds of 67 and 69, respectively.
Five players are in a share of fifth place on nine-under-par including three-time LET winner Linn Grant, home favourite Olivia Cowan, Czechia's Klara Spilkova and Scotland's Laura Beveridge.
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