Sport Scrivener joint top at EPGA Mixed Event

22:18  12 june  2021
22:18  12 june  2021 Source:   aap.com.au

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Australia's Jason Scrivener has moved into a four-way tie for the lead ahead of the final round of the history-making Scandinavian Mixed event in Sweden.

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Hosted by Annika Sorenstam and Henrik Stenson, the event is a first on golf's European Tour as it features 78 men and 78 women competing on the same course for a single prize of one million euros and one trophy.

Scrivener, who teed off early and got the best of slightly calmer conditions on a very windy day, carded a third round 66 to move to 12 under after 54 holes at Valda Golf and Country Club.

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He shares top billing with Welshman Rhys Enoch (66) and two female players - Alice Hewson (69), from England, and home favourite Caroline Hedwall (73).

The 32-year-old Australian racked up a career-best second-place finish at the Abu Dhabi Championship in January and is delighted to get a second shot at a first win on the European Tour.

"At the start of the day I'd have taken a round even par, but I got off to a nice start and fed off yesterday's round (68) and just kept it going," he said.

"I love the golf course and I'm starting to get a handle on it, so (it's) another good opportunity to win a golf tournament," he said.

"It's been great. It has been really cool to compete against the girls and hopefully the guys can come out on top."

Fellow Aussie Scott Hend sits a shot further back on 11-under after carding 69, while Stephanie Kyriacou followed her second-day 66 with a 74 and sits joint-14th at eight under overall.

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Hewson and Sweden's Solheim Cup star Hedwall will provide a stiff challenge on the final day as they bid to become the first female player to win a European Tour event.

"Tomorrow I will probably be a bit nervous especially on the first tee," Hewson said.

"We will try to stay relaxed and just one shot at a time and whatever happens happens."

Hedwall's second-day 64 remains the joint-lowest score of any golfer so far, and the 32-year-old is delighted to remain in contention.

"I didn't feel any pressure," she said. "It is tough conditions and anything can happen.

"It feels good to still be up there. I'm looking forward to tomorrow."

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