Scott Jamieson, Scotland, has the Alfred Dunhill Championship lead after 54 holes at Leopard Creek Country Club golf course in South Africa.
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Scott carded a third round -4 under par 68 to lead the Alfred Dunhill Championship at -11 under after 54 holes, and will take a one shot advantage into the final round tomorrow;
“It’s obviously a great place to be but I’m certainly not getting ahead of myself.”
“There’s an awful long way to go and a lot can happen in 18 holes, especially on this golf course, this back nine, where there’s so much risk-reward.”
“There’s a long way to go and hopefully I can do it but let’s see what happens.”
36 hole leader David Lipsky from the USA is that one shot back at -10 under par, a third round -2 under 70 giving him second pace on his own. David is ready to battle it out with his friend Scott;
“I’m really looking forward to tomorrow.”
“Scott and I are good friends, it was real fun out there today and I’m looking forward to competing tomorrow.”
“It’s really hot but I’m from Las Vegas and it can get really hot there too so I’m enjoying it and it’s better than the cold, I guess.”
Zander Lombard, -4 under 68 today, and Brandon Stone, -3 under 69, are leading the South African charge, sharing third place at -8 under par.