South African Branden Grace fired in eight birdies in his record round of 62 during the third round of The Open Championship at Royal Birkdale. "To get to 12-under, I think that would be a decent number to sit in the clubhouse at". A 29 going out matched Grace's age. Li rolled in birdies at Nos.
A third Australian Marc Leishman was another big mover, jumping 32 spots after his round of 66.
"Unfortunately it's the first cut I've missed this year and I missed it with flair". Remarkably this could have gone even lower, as he took 28 swipes with the putter, missing on a quite few from mid-range, ones you might expect to drop during a career round.
"I had no idea whatsoever that was the lowest", Grace said.
Grace's response, he said, was, "What are you talking about?"
"Everything I've gone through, the good, the bad", he said.
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He followed that up with bogeys on 6 and 7 but got those strokes back later in the round with a pair of birdies on the back nine. The scores were largely good. "It hasn't sunk in yet". "I'm definitely enjoying my golf right now because of what's happened".
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The Norwegian then eliminated the German rider with a burst of acceleration and sped to the line in Salon-de Provence. Riding at the front with an advantage of about one minute, Bardet, Aru and Rigoberto Uran lacked ambition.
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Blumstein consoled his opponent, a favourite at the table, after calming down from the euphoria of taking a big chip lead. Mr Hesp said he had raised £10,000 to enter the... "At the end, the chips didn't go my way", Ott told PokerNews.com.
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Playing partner Matt Kuchar , still in search of his first major title at 39, stands just two behind Spieth at 7-under-par. Open turned in a superb 65, his second such number for the week, to move to 11 under through 54 holes.
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He touched on a frequent criticism President Donald Trump makes towards the news media, which he often refers to as "fake news". White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci is scrubbing his Twitter feed of any tweets that oppose Trump's agenda.