Miguel Angel Jimenez of Spain shot a 2-under 68 to share the third-round lead with New Zealand's Michael Campbell at the Hong Kong Open on Saturday.
Campbell, looking for his first win in seven years, made a 15-foot par putt on the last hole to complete a round of 69 that put him at 10-under 200. Jimenez is trying to win the event for a third time in nine years.
Campbell survived a scare during his round when he accidently knocked his ball off the tee at the par-4 10th hole while taking a practice swing. However, the 2005 U.S. Open champion avoided a two-stroke penalty after a ruling that he had not addressed the ball and therefore was not in breach of the rules.
Matteo Manassero's 64 moved him into a share of third place at 9 under with China's Lian-wei Zhang (69).
Miguel Angel Jimenez became the oldest European Tour winner on Sunday by shooting a 5-under 65 to capture his third Hong Kong Open title.
At 48 years and 318 days, the Spaniard surpassed the previous record set by Ireland's Des Smyth, who was 48 years and 34 days when he won the 2001 Maderia Islands Open.
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Hong Kong Open Scores Scores Thursday from the Hong Kong Open, played at the par-70, 6,699-yard (6,127-meter) Fanling course:
First Round Javier Colomo, Spain 29-35-64
Miguel Angel Jimenez, Spain 33-32-65
Andrew Dodt, Australia 32-33-65
Jose Maria Olazabal, Spain 33-33-66
Fredrik Andersson-Hed, Sweden 32-34-66
Y.E. Yang, South Korea 31-35-66
Lorenzo Gagli, Italy 31-35-66