NEW DELHI — Yannik PaulAfter Fridays Indian Open, his lead was extended to five strokes.
The No. The No.119-ranked German started the day with a one-shot lead, before he shot his 3-under 69 at DLF Golf and Country Club, New Delhi.
Paul had four birdies to go with one bogey, bringing his total to 10 under.
Paul, who won the European Tours only win last year at the Mallorca Open, is back in action for the sixth consecutive week.
The course suits the game. Paul, who played at Colorado collegiately, said that patience is key. I like India; this is my first time in India. Every tournament I go to, I want to win.