Kiwi golfer Ryan Fox has finished tied for third at this weekend's European Tour event in Kuala Lumpur after a stunning fourth-round performance, including a first-hole eagle.
In what is a career-best performance on the European stage, Fox thundered his way to a fourth-round six-under par 66 in yesterday's Maybank Championship action.
As a result, he surged up the leaderboard to sit alongside Spaniard Pablo Larrazabal on 18-under overall and three shots from the top.
Indian golfer Shubhankar Sharma won the event with 21-under overall.
The 31-year-old Fox started his day on the best possible note in Malaysia with an eagle on the first hole, just a day after hitting an albatross in the same spot.
He duly ruined his good work with a bogey on the second hole, but recovered to hit six more birdies across the fourth round.
It's also his first top-25 finish this season.
Earlier in tournament proceedings, Fox managed to card three successive rounds of 68 and set himself up for Sunday's bull run.