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The Welshman recorded a five under par round of 67 in the first round of the Jersey Legends, showing his consistency throughout ahead of the chasing pack including Legends Tour debutant Richard Green and 1999 Open Champion Paul Lawrie a shot further back on nine under par.
Price a three-time DP World Tour winner and former European Ryder Cup player is enjoying his time at the stunning links course at La Moye Golf Club and admits that it is one of the best courses on the season thus far.
“Do you know it’s lovely,” he said. “It’s probably been one of the best weeks we have had so far so I am enjoying it.
“I played nice, I was a bit quiet at the start I made a lot of pars and made some nice birdies on the back nine.”
“I drove the ball perfect, I could have maybe hit a few more short irons and holed a few more putts but I am at five under, so I am still pretty steady there’s a of trouble out there but I’m just hoping for a bit more of the same.
The 55-year-old sits three shots ahead of Euan McIntosh on seven under par who won the first Legends Tour title of the season at the Riegler & Partner Legends last month. Former Legends Tour Order of Merit winner Paul Wesselingh and four-time DP World Tour winner Ricardo Gonzalez sit a shot further back on six under par in a tie for fifth position.
The final round of the Alliance Series was also played today, and Silvia Caduff of Switzerland was victorious in the Amateur Individual ahead of former England and Liverpool footballer Robbie Fowler in second place and Steven Anderson in third place.
The final round of the Jersey Legends will begin at 08:00 local time on Sunday, with Price teeing it up at 11:29 alongside Richard Green and Paul Lawrie.
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