American golf assault continues in Perth

American Jason Dufner produced a beautiful chip-in for birdie on the seventh hole but still trails world No.24 Bo van Pelt midway through the final round of the Perth International at Lake Karrinyup.

After 10 holes, van Pelt is 16-under par, two strokes ahead of countryman and playing partner Dufner.

Argentine Emiliano Grillo is struggling to keep pace at 11-under, while England’s Paul Casey has been the big mover of the day, with the former world No.3 making up six shots through 15 holes to move to nine-under.

Norway’s Knut Borsheim, big-hitting Victorian Steve Jones and Kiwi Michael Hendry are eight-under, while Spain’s Alejandro Canizares and Greg Chalmers are one stroke further back.

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