Updated / Saturday, 17 Oct 2020 18: 17
Padraig Harrington has slipped aid to 10 photos off the lead at the Scottish Open after carding a third round 73.
While the Dubliner will open Sunday’s final round on eight beneath, Jonathan Caldwell now heads the Irish map at Fairmont St Andrew’s after a 68 moved him as much as 12 beneath, six within the aid of present leader Matt Wallace.
Harrington had started the third round three photos off the lead and began well with an eagle on seven and birdies on the third and sixth making up for a bogey on the 2nd.
However additional bogeys on the ninth and 11th were compounded by a double bogey on the 17th which saw the Europe Ryder Cup captain shoot a one-over round and skedaddle aid from competition.
Caldwell, within the meantime, carded a bogey-free round to spin into a tie for fifth alongside Chris Paisley and Eddie Pepperell, with a pair of birdies each and every on the entrance and aid nines.
England’s Wallace leads the manner by three photos on 18 beneath after a 66. Garrick Porteus is 2nd on the leaderboard after carding the same rating, with Spain’s Adrian Otaegui third, one stroke additional aid on 14 beneath.