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O'Hara's 65 gives him share of Czech lead

Aug. 20, 2011 at 12:16 PM   |   Comments

CELADNA, Czech Republic, Aug. 20 (UPI) -- Steven O'Hara shot a nifty seven-under 65 Saturday to grab a share of the lead at the Czech Open with Oliver Fisher.

O'Hara, who failed to break 70 in the first two rounds, notched seven birdies and no bogeys in the round to take a two-shot lead over Gaganjeet Bhullar, Gary Boyd and second-round leader Mikael Lundberg.

Fisher had a more up-and-down round that included an eagle on the 11th hole en route to a 68.

Several players had to complete their second rounds on Saturday before teeing up for the third. A thunderstorm Friday short-circuited play, but the weather was more hospitable Saturday.

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