Four German golfers in the top 20

Four German golfers in the top 20: After the German golfers on the first two days of the home tournament in Berlin convinced, they again delivered consistently good results on the Moving Day. With Chiara Noja, Olivia Cowan, Leonie Harm and Sophie Hausmann, four German starters made it into the top 20. The field is led by Cara Gainer from England and the Czech Kristyna Napoleaova, both of whom are 13 under par.

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Sophie Hausman managed the best German round on Saturday in Berlin. She navigated the course flawlessly and with four birdies and only had to lose a stroke on the last hole. The 26-year-old does the Moving Day credit and climbs 13 places in the leaderboard. Going into the final day, she’s within striking distance of the top 10 at three under par.
Olivia Cowan and Leonie Harm share 16th place after 54 holes played. Cowan struggled with the rain in Berlin on the first few holes and had to accept a bogey on holes two and eight. As a result, she managed to stabilize her game and made no more mistakes. Four birdies on the last 10 holes gave the Homburg native a good starting position for the final on Sunday. For Leonie Harm it was the other way around. Harm started the moving day well, recording four birdies on the front nine. However, she was unable to continue her run in the second half of the course. Two bogeys and a bitter double bogey on hole 15 worsened her score. Nonetheless, at four under par, she is just three strokes short of a top ten finish.
An even better starting position has emerged Chiara Noja earned so far. The German top talent needed 73 strokes for the third round, five more than on Friday, but still consolidated her position in the top 15. Similar to Harm, Noja also noted all her stroke losses on the back nine. With five under par, she is a shared twelfth place after the Moving Day and has a very good chance of reaching the top ten in the final.

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Low scores at the top

Things are hotting up at the top of the leaderboard. Cara Gainer and Kristyna Napoleaova share the lead at 13 under par. In the meantime, Gainer recorded one birdie after the other and thus won seven strokes between holes seven and 16. Only a double bogey on the penultimate lane prevented a brilliant performance by the English, who are still at the top and definitely want to play for victory on Sunday.

Her toughest competitors are Napoleaova from the Czech Republic and Dagar from India. Both also convinced with low scores on the Moving Day.

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