Ferocious winds caused chaos around the course with all competitors struggling to make par. Whilst disappointed with his own performance today, Webb's tactical approach to these conditions has provided him with a four shot lead going in to the final round.
Victorian Trainee Professionals Adam Burdett and Correy Price join Webb in the lead group both tied for second place at 9-over the card.
Burdett struggled around the greens in the morning and produced a disappointing result of 7-over 79 in the third round. He will be hoping to regain the consistency he demonstrated in the opening two rounds heading in to the final day.
First year Trainee Ben Murphy relished the windy conditions that emulated those frequently experienced at his home track, Portsea Golf Club in Victoria. Murphy along with Queensland Trainee Garrett Skinner recorded the best rounds of the day, finishing with a very respectable 2-over 74.
Carly Beck again highlighted why she is the top seeded female at the National Futures Championship, producing another consistent round to maintain 8th place on the leader board heading into the final round.
With heavy rains predicted for the final round, Trainees will have to work hard to make gains on Webb's four shot lead.
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