Nedbank Golf Challenge. Jeunghun Wang With 64 Takes Control

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Jeunghun Wang from South Korea, takes control of the Nedbank Golf Challenge in South Africa, shooting 64 in the third round.

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Jeunghun shot a bogey free -8 under par 64 in the Nedbank Golf Challenge and sits firmly on top of the leaderboard at -11 under par, and will take a three shot advantage into the final round on Sunday in Sun City;

“I’m so happy that I shot 64 and I’m more happy that I didn’t have any bogeys today.” 

“I shot eight under on this course in this wind, I still cannot believe it.”

“I don’t want to think about any win. I just want to focus on the last 18 holes. I’ll just try to do the same as today.”

Louis Oosthuizen, from South Africa is closest to the leader, carding a third round -2 under 70 to be three shots back at -8 under par for the tournament. He spoke to the media about the tough conditions today, and finishing bogey, bogey;

“It was a tough day again. The wind was even worse than yesterday.”

“I played well. I would have been a lot calmer right now if I was one behind. But I played nicely.”

“It’s not nice finishing like that, but I’m hitting it well. So I’m looking forward to tomorrow.”

Andy Sullivan, England, is in third place, a steady -4 under par 68 today giving him that place on his own at -7 under par.

Andy finally had some success with the putter;

“The putter has been very cold recently, so to see some putts going in was absolutely fantastic.”

“It’s been great out there. I’ve got quite a few fans out there to cheer me on. It’s great.”

“It’s always nice to come to South Africa. I feel very relaxed here and always enjoy the vibe down here. So long may it continue.”

“I didn’t have the best of warm-ups this morning, so to come off and finish four under for the day is massively pleasing.”

“Hopefully I can go find something on the range and get after it tomorrow.”

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