PARIS, June 28 (UPI) -- Spain's Pablo Larrazabal regained the lead with a 4-under-par 67 at Saturday's third round of the Open de France golf tournament in Paris.
He was alone at the top by one-stroke after Thursday's first round, but England's David Lynn joined him in first place after Friday's second round.
Larrazabal's third round included five birdies and a bogey at the par-four 16th.
"I'm not the star of the tournament, but if I play like I did today, it's going to be fun," the 25-year-old Larrazabal told the BBC. "I hit the ball great."
The world's 481st-ranked men's player carries a three-stroke lead over Denmark's Soren Hansen (67) and eight-time Order of Merit champion Colin Montgomerie (68) of Scotland into Sunday's closing 18 holes.
The latter players are 8-under 205.
Lynn (71) and England's Lee Westwood (69) share fourth place at 7-under 206.