Golf: Pair of aces light up China Open final round, Levy leads by 3 with 6 holes to play

This handout photo taken and received by OneAsia on April 26, 2014 shows Alexander Levy of France hits a shot during the third round of the Volvo China Open at the Genzon Golf Club in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen. -- PHOTO: AFP
This handout photo taken and received by OneAsia on April 26, 2014 shows Alexander Levy of France hits a shot during the third round of the Volvo China Open at the Genzon Golf Club in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen. -- PHOTO: AFP

(REUTERS) - Englishman Danny Willett and Germany's Marcel Siem lit up the final round of golf's China Open with a hole-in-one each on Sunday.

Willet shot his best round of the week, a five-under-par 67 to aggregate six-under 282 and the highlight was the ace he scored on the 187-metre 12th hole with a five iron that also earned him a Volvo V40.

Earlier, Siem did it on the 200m par-three eighth with a three iron but there were no prizes on that hole.

The German signed off with a one-under-par 71 to total two-under 286.

Both golfers however, will finish way down the leader board.

With six holes left, overnight leader Alexander Levy of France looks good for victory with a lead by three strokes on 18 under from Tommy Fleetwood of England and five ahead of Spain's Alvaro Quiros.