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For Sergio Garcia, it all seemed like a walk in the park until he reached the 18th hole of his third round in the Nedbank Challenge at Sun City, South Africa.
The 2017 Masters victor might be further ahead if not for two bogeys in his last six holes, including one on the 18th.
Lee Westwood, a two-time victor like Garcia, is one of the pack lurking on seven-under-par, three strokes off the lead, and he is going to relish the opportunity to go for another crown on a course he loves.
"This kind of round does not happen very often but I played very consistently and kept the ball in play", said Garcia. "That's how I looked at it today, came out with a positive mindset and pleased to shoot 67".
"Not every day you're going to go out there and shoot 64", Garcia said.
Duke's heralded freshmen humble Kentucky with 118-84 beatdown
Expect another good one on Tuesday as the teams face off against each other with both ranked in the AP Top 10 for the third time. Duke's fabulous freshman weren't just ready for their first turn in the spotlight. "They were magnificent tonight".
"It felt great. I rolled the ball nicely, I made some good putts here and there".
"I only see hitting a three-iron out there and it was a little into the breeze and I knew I had to hit a good three-iron and probably leave myself with a five-iron in".
Garcia's error-free round was in stark contrast to that of world number six McIlroy, whose level-par 72 was characterised by some wayward driving.
But after birdieing the par-four 13th, the four-time major victor twice drove into the bushes, leading to sixes at the par-five 14th and the par-four 17th.
"There's not much more I could have done more", Oosthuizen said. The driver let me down a couple of times which left me out of position and led to a couple of big numbers.
"I can't took too far ahead, but if I can do what I need to do this week, leapfrog a few guys and get into that final pair on Thursday would be a huge step towards trying to".
U.S. top court justice in hospital for rib fractures
Daniel Stiepleman, who wrote the script for the Ginsburg biopic " On the Basis of Sex ", told Reuters Ginsburg was "doing great". He also mentioned that Ginsburg was "cracking jokes" - "I can't promise they were good jokes, but they were jokes".
In nine previous appearances at Sun City, 2011 Masters champion Schwartzel has had five top-10 finishes, including being runner-up to German Martin Kaymer in 2012.
"I don't think it's any advantage", he said.
"So I feel confident, but transferring that to playing well is a different thing".
Incredible what a Ryder Cup victory can do for a player's confidence.
"It was very hard this morning, the wind was blowing a lot and the first few holes were straight into it".
"It's always really good to be back here".
Woman to face court over alleged strawberry contamination
A circumstance of aggravation will be alleged by police, bumping the penalty up to the maximum of 10 years imprisonment. Grower Gavin Scurr from Pinata Farms at Wamuran said the arrest provided relief and peace of mind for fruit producers.
He whispered to Player as he handed the crystal trophy back to the tournament host in a televised ceremony on Tuesday: "Hopefully we can keep it in South Africa again this week".