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PGA Golf News (Yahoo! Sports) - 12/03/16
Andrew Dodt held the lead for the third straight round at the Australian PGA Championship on Saturday, hanging onto a two-stroke cushion after Adam Scott started fast but faded and Harold Varner III scrapped on the front nine and finished strongly. Dodt had five birdies and three bogeys as he went around in 70 on Saturday, moving to 14 under 202. A two-time winner on the European Tour, Dodt finds himself on rare ground going into the last round.
Andrew Dodt will tee off with a two-shot shot lead for the third day in a row in the final round of the Australian PGA Championship after a two-under-par 70 kept him on top of the leaderboard on Saturday. Adam Scott looked like reining in his fellow Australian when he eagled the ninth and set off on a back nine which he tore up on Friday, but the world number seven found the water twice and ended up with a 70 and a share of fourth. Dodt's mixture of five birdies and three bogeys on a windy day at Royal Pines left him on 14-under for the tournament, two clear of popular American Harold Varner III and Ashley Hall with Scott and John Senden (68) a further two shots back on 10-under.
Dec 3 (Gracenote) - Scores from the European Tour Australian PGA Championship at the par-72 course on Friday in Gold Coast, QLD -14 Andrew Dodt (Australia) 65 67 70 -12 Harold Varner III (U.S.) 65 72 67 Ashley Hall (Australia) 65 69 70 -10 Adam Scott (Australia) 68 68 70 John Senden (Australia) 70 68 68 -7 Ryan Fox (New Zealand) 67 69 73 -6 Julian Suri (U.S. ...
Phillip Price and Scott Parel shared medalist honors Friday in the PGA Tour Champions qualifying tournament to top the five fully exempt qualifiers. Price, from Wales, shot a 4-under 68 to match Parel at 13-under 275 on Disney's Magnolia Course. Parel finished with a 69.
Japanese teen Nasa Hataoka shot a 3-under 69 on Friday to take a one-stroke lead after the third of five rounds in the LPGA Tour qualifying tournament. The 17-year-old Hataoka had four birdies and a bogey on the Jones Course to reach 14-under 202 at LPGA International. ''It is cool to see my name at the top of the leaderboard,'' Hataoka said through a translator.
Tiger Woods saved par from the dunes with a shot so good that two spectators ran over and scooped up sand for a souvenir. ''We'll have little windows where we'll practice when I have time to do it,'' Woods said.