AUCKLAND, New Zealand -- England's Graeme Storm shot a
best-of-the-day 6-under 65 to move into a share of the New
Zealand Open lead with Australians Kim Felton and Marcus Fraser
after the third round on Saturday.
Felton shot a 68 and Fraser 70 to join Storm at 5-under
for the tournament with 208 totals, the Englishman enjoying the
calmer early conditions to shoot an eagle and four birdies in his
Campbell, the former U.S. Open champion, struggled to a 73 as
gale-force winds troubled the late starters at Gulf Harbour
Country Club, north of Auckland.
Dougherty slumped to an 8-over-par 79 and Ormsby a 76 to
plummet down the leaderboard at the event co-sanctioned by the
European and Australasian Tours.