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ISPS Handa New Zealand Open

Update 4.30pm: Hendry holds slender advantage with four holes left

12 March 2017

New Zealand’s Michael Hendry clings to a one shot lead with four holes to play in the ISPS Handa New Zealand Open in Queenstown.

Hendry, attempting to become the first Kiwi to win the Brodie Breeze Cup since 2003, is at 19-under after 14 holes.

He has a one shot lead on 2011 winner Brad Kennedy, who has mixed a double bogey and two bogeys with three birdies.

Three players share third place on 17-under comprising Australians Jack Lawson, who has the standout round at five-under today, and Deyen Lawson and Kiwi hope Ben Campbell, the overnight leader

Five players share sixth place on 16-under.