SHENZHEN, China - Bernd Wiesberger of Austria shot a 3-under 69 Saturday to take a three-stroke lead into the final round of the Shenzhen International.
Wiesberger, who started the third round at Genzon Golf Club with a four-shot advantage, offset two bogeys with five birdies for 15-under 201 overall.
''I didn't start off really well,'' Wiesberger said. ''I hit a couple of crooked shots and left a couple of putts out there but then, from when I holed the putt on seven, I felt more comfortable out there and was rolling the ball a bit better.''
South African Dylan Frittelli was second after a 68 with a birdie-birdie finish.
Wiesberger has been in impressive form the last eight months, having not missed a cut since the PGA Championship with seven top-five finishes.
Bourdy and Finland's Mikko Korhonen both had a hole-in-one.
Bourdy's tee-shot on the third took two bounces and rolled into the middle of the cup, cutting Wiesberger's lead to one.
Earlier, Korhonen aced the 16th in the rain-delayed second round with a four-iron from 220 yards.