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08/19/2012 | News release
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Sergio Garcia will take a one-stroke lead into the final
round of the Wyndham Championship as he seeks a first PGA
Tour win in four years, while Australian Rod Pampling
dropped off the pace.
The Spaniard sunk five birdies in his third round on
Saturday on his way to carding a four-under-par 66 at the
Sedgefield Country Club.
That leaves him on 14-under overall and in prime position
to claim his first title on the tour since winning the
Players Championship in 2008.
American Bud Cauley also shot a round of four-under and
climbed five places into a share of second alongside South
African Tim Clark.
Cauley, a 22-year-old Tour rookie, birdied three of his
final four holes and is joined on 13-under by Clark, who
recorded a three-under 67 on day three.
Jason Dufner was one of the day's biggest movers,
climbing 18 positions into a tie for fourth.
The American, who finished second at the PGA Championship,
shot a seven-under 63, including seven birdies, to move
Dufner sits alongside compatriot Harris English (68) and
Swede Carl Pettersson (68) two strokes off the lead.
Overnight leader Jimmy Walker shot five bogeys in a
one-over 71 to slip down to a share of seventh a further
shot behind with US Ryder Cup captain Davis Love III (66)
and Matt Every (68).
Reigning US Open champion Webb Simpson (71) is at 10-under
in equal 10th with six other players including Justin
Leonard (64) and Will Claxton (65).
South African Charl Schwartzel is five strokes off the pace
in a share for 17th after producing a four-under 66
Meanwhile, Pampling faded away on Saturday but he is still
the best-placed Australian.
The 42-year-old began the day tied for 14th but dropped
down to 33rd after only managing an equal-par display.
Nick O'Hern shot a three-under 67 to climb 15 positions
into 49th, while Stuart Appleby (69) shares 53rd place.
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