Czech Masters. Bradley Takes Over at the Top. August 23 2014

White Dragon Golf Bradley Dredge takes over at the top of the Czech Masters leaderboard. [caption id="attachment_6526" align="alignnone" width="600"]Czech Open Bradley Dredge / Getty Images[/caption] Bradley shot a bogey free third round -6 under par 66 to post a -12 under par total going into the final round at Albatross Golf Resort in Prague. He was a runner up last week in Denmark, and hopes to go one better this week, taking a two shot advantage into the final round over Welsh compatriot Jamie Donaldson, and Dane Søren Kjeldsen. Bradley is happy with his form after returning from injury and at the same time losing his playing privileges; “It wasn’t my best ball striking round but it was a good scoring round, that’s for sure. I lost my card at the end of 2012 and had a few health problems to sort out." “This year my category is quite low, so when I do play I've got to go out and play well. I'm sorting things out and hopefully it will soon be gone. Last week was huge for me. I didn’t win and I would have loved to have won but Marc played fantastic in the last round I thought and handled himself really well and totally outplayed me. I didn’t play well enough." “Still, I felt as though I played some good golf and I took a lot of confidence from it. I was hoping to bring it here with me this week and I have so far.” " I've had no bogeys since the first day and it’s nice when you do that, all the birdies count then and I've been delighted with the last two rounds so if I can do that again tomorrow I would be over the moon." “It’s nice to be up the top and contending again at this tournament, it’s what all of us guys practise for and I'm enjoying it so hopefully I can have a good round again tomorrow." Jamie thought he could have done better today, a -1 under par round keeps him in the hunt for the title at -10 under par; “It was there for my taking today and to extend the lead, I played well enough to do that but I didn’t, too many sloppy mistakes but that’s golf. I’ve played a lot of golf recently." “I'm not too fatigued. I probably will be when it’s finished but the adrenaline just keeps you going through the event if you’re doing well. I'm not too bad now.” Søren has not won for five years, and is enjoying being in the spotlight once again, carding -4 under par 68 today to get to -10 under par for the tournament; “It was a nice combination of flawless golf and then a battling spirit in the last few holes so it was a nice mix. I'm loving it at the moment. I was out there with good guys again today we had a lot of fun. But playing well, you just can’t beat that." “It’s great, I always enjoyed playing with Bradley, he’s always been a great player but he’s had a few injuries so nice to see him playing well and we’re enjoying it. “It’s baby steps for me and this has been three good days for me and I will try and build on that and see where it takes me.”