MALMO, Sweden, July 31 (UPI) -- Luke Donald shot three-under 69 Saturday to widen his lead to three strokes through three rounds of the Scandinavian Masters.
Donald is 13-under-par 203 through 54 holes in search of his first win on the European Tour.
Peter Hanson had a 68 to stand alone in second place at 10-under-par 206. Fellow Swede Henrik Stenson followed at eight-under-par 208 while Englishman David Lynn was one shot further back at seven-under-par 209.
Donald is already a winner on the PGA Tour.
A course-record 65 moved the 26-year-old Englishman into the outright lead after the second round. He started Saturday with a birdie at the opening hole.
Jesper Parnevik had a 71 to join Wilhelm Schauman, Steve O'Hara and Steve Webster at six-under-par 210.
Paul McGinley, Carlos Rodiles, Charl Schwartzel, Simon Khan, Robert Coles and Christopher Hanell share ninth at 211.