by Martin Blake @ The Lakes
Multitudes have surfaced to witness Abraham Ancer in action.
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The Mexican Abraham Ancer is at a moving distance from winning the #AusOpenGolf on the last day in The Lakes.
Without a disaster, Ancer will win the Open comfortably. By 11 holes of the last round he was 16-under overall and three-under for the day, five shots free of Dimi Papadotas from Australia who is 11-under.
The Mexican world Nr. 96 started the day with a lead of five shots and had a buffer of no less than seven.
His chip-in for birdie from the couch behind the flag on the fourth par four was the highlight of his day.
Papadota's, which has played during the Challenge Tour in Europe, today made five photo's.
He is in second place with Jake McLeod from Queensland, the winner of New South Wales Open last week
The Japanese teenager Keita Nakajima (nine-under-through 11 holes) and Victorian David Micheluzzi (eight-under-through-14 holes) compete for the leading amateur silver medal