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Monday, 16 October 2017

#Kyi Hla Han a champ during his days from Myanmar# chats with #DamarU Golf aftermath #CIMB CLASSIC@#TPC

#Kyi Hla Han practiced with #VIJAY SINGH during hey days  till late to the dusk. Hitting  from the Grass  ,walking ,pickup balls back to tee. That is the kind of rigorous practice they did to be some body
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#Kyi Hla Han a champ during his days from Myanmar# chats with #DamarU Golf  aftermath #CIMB CLASSIC@#TPC
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#DAMARU GOLF chats with just past chief of  Asian Tour #Kyi Hla Han--------------------------------------------
diminsihing pure sense of humanity
Ancient man lived by the sharp senses ,brought us to this Stage- Robotic Digital Man –Sorry- they can’t play golf nor will they sing well  or show us rhythmic dance or draw a nice art.. GET BACK TO BASICS.SHARPEN HUMAN TALENT.
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DAMARU GOLF chats with just past chief of  Asian Tour #Kyi Hla Han --
where are they ? was the first questions where are your boys ?Malaysia # a golfing  phenomenon- BUGGY,MAT- HITTING,GUIDED EVERY MOVE-EVEN AIRCONDITIONED TRAINING-NO COURES TO PRACTICE.NO FAST GREENS TO EXPERIENCE   Then comes ooo it's  too hot it's too long, ball uncontrollable.
Admire Malaysian Golfers Admire PGM for what they are doing .Seek help-support from Authorities From giant clubs .from Giant corporations Its probably tax free for golfing sponsorships. Sponsor all PGM cardholders for five years and see the results. Enabling them to practice full time and live. Open the gates to practice ,a reasonable request indeed They will give back  big to Nation.
Giant corporations Giant golfing clubs unconcern. Even PGM CARD NOT RECOGNISED-
not criticise but admire ,Malaysian Golfers -they are restricted form stretching their hands and minds and senses without venue to practice. With no funds for full time golfing Most are part time golfers with meagre budget. They   are more  talented potential winning golfers   dropping  out than Growth .In Thailand  baby pros-sponsored by  caring   SINGHA BEER. OR IN INDIA, CARED BY SO MANY-Result- a stream of talent one after the other.
Thai baby pro in The cradle of SINGHA BEER
POOM -PLAYED( -5) @TPC
Poom played a played plain ice cream game not even vanilla.ie no advice  before no instructors ,nothing at the back.Not even at the driving range. He  said that way it is easier to keep  mind free to play and not clutter with all paraphernalia

Malaysia # a golf phenomenon- thought aftermath #CIMB GOLF CLASSIC after trying to find to find out where the Malaysians are.
So they came across ocean, thousands of miles to a foreign land, take most winning, and go back with a heavy harvest at the same time enjoying fine traditional Hospitality of Malaysia.  A common phenomena in Malaysia with so many high prized golfing events.
Admirable performance OF ( -24) who is learning? From Malaysia
They are aliens not familiar with the course as the Malaysians , not so familiar with the air, with ground conditions as Malaysians, not used to harsh hot humid weather conditions like Malaysians, Yet  they take the harvest during harvesting time.. Of course, with a big Thank you in a typical gentle style.
#Kyi Hla Han,-Han responds to #Damaru Golf ,where are the Malaysians? (with additions and editing by DAMARU GOLF supported by LALI.ELITE.GOLF the thinking golfer)eye single lalit.pngLALI.ELITE.GOLF the thinking golfer
So when asked former chief of Asian Tour a champion in Asia during his days in early 1980s why is this phenomenon?. We grow they take the harvest Why??
never mind- Easy go attitude-
Pampered-may be- but  not by intention but  by circumstances
With so many modern day golfing aids true nature of the game is not understood.
Throw the mat go to turf-never in air-conditioned rooms
True pace of the game, true conditions of the game. WALK THE COURSE-Fell True ground conditions,   true feel ,what has to be ACQUIRED  with constantly changing environment position etc.
Only golfing sense stored. Then retrieved, to be used to fine craft the shot in hand not regurgitating practiced shot   
Shot needed  for the moment , certainly not possible to  repeat , player acquired  during during practice standing in one place or riding a buggy  using a mat or hitting ball in air-conditioned comfort etc. etc  or needing machine to find out direction of ball ,club head speed or launch angle etc etc. They must feel the hit…feel what hit is best
Golfing sense like riding a bicycle –balancing must come from inside. Not advice, after every pedal -not supported with extra wheels
Similarly In  Golf They all must be felt inside, analysed and a final verdict generated how the best the hit must be executed to perfection to  hit  target. That is Artistry-#Lali.elite.golf the thinking golfer
Are they pampered?
Are the players pampered to the extent ,there no self-generated deep interest developing golfing senses. Under competitions. Or do they at the beginning assume no we can't beat them? Or is it the inherent inner feel that’s ok. never mind missing a shot or two..
Walled clubs
Closed Doors! Sorry boys just follow rules go in buggy like the senior citizens then have good meal at the 19 th hole. and play professional golf that is club rule.
Asian Players? PARTICULARLY MALAYASIA- PLAYERS WHO ARE SURROUNDED with  OVER 240  Classy golf courses, Umpteen numbers of academies, umpteen number of indoor simulators,lali.elite live by the sesnes.jpgthrow the aids -develop sense
Over a Casual meal table further Discussion@ TPC  on 15-10-2017 with two prominent members from a leading Golf Magazine and Asian Tour Former chief Hans..  With #Damaru Golf
Excerpts of Casual discussion with...
here are with   addition  by Damaru Golf tech, edited by DamarU Golf- No responsibility by any DamarU Golf nor its writers on content. As They are expressed opinion only. Having concluded  ,relatively  Malaysia Golfers can do much better. Then what is the bottle neck or necks Indeed there are small necks They are in brief
Professionals practicing under Armature rules in closed clubs
Players practicing under Armature rules a waste of time Eg professional must practice as professional with back tees  fast greens etc
Never hit ball on mats go to turf- as far as possible collect the balls  walk back. As he described how Vijay Singh practiced till late night collecting his own balls.
Buggy riding practice -Walking the course
Riding a buggy for practice is simply  a lazy, or  aged golfers need ,when the objective is to improve the game Professionals must walk., not only during practice rounds but also preferable at driving range .collecting own  balls  ,i.e.; collect and walk back thinking what went wrong or how was that shot  so nice  . He emphasised this is a good stamina physical training than using Gym. While walking up and down With mind focused on  what happen ,how best to hit. That way pace of the game is felt under gruelling battle conditions during a game like #PGA- CIMB GOLF CLASSIC
Closed-door clubs
Charged for every practice round then ride buggy
More than any as the players have to pay for every practice Round as they  enter the course.
Only  KPGA allow free walking golf rounds limited to restricted hours, Sri Selangor is a paying public course the rest of the 240 over clubs are treating PGM golfers as normal visiting golfers In Fact they say PGM Cards not recognize – Go With buggy pay for the round. Follow armature club rules
Human race lived ,evolved by the feel-They felt rain, sunshine, dangers, and all needed to bring Human  race to today digital man. From now on  it is digital man’s world- with no senses. BUT SPORTS NOT FOR DIGITAL MAN they are not capable of balancing still, not capable of three dimensional vision with feel. or feel the ground when touched by feet.to say soft, hard, ok,  ..
Technology - killing human imagination-senses- (weaker gets weaker as most strong will remain aloof to these easy go attractions).. taking away creativity ,when every golf shot is creative shot ,that fits the moment not what you practiced before. Lali.Elite.Golf  the thinking golfer
Damaru Golf tech believe range practice and simulator practice likes kill  skills or develop wrong skills.
More-Golfing aids kill the much needed golfsense.
In the course player has to replay on self-sense not external sense nor  constant advice from another. Even Caddies advice  needs to be solicited when in real doubt. Caddys task is to assist player with exact distances Ground conditions probably wind characters  , rest must come from player.
Opinions expressed here are personal not by   DamarU Media makers of DAMARU GOLF.
Or Asia Tour or any individuals.
Level of skills to day and before
Level of golfing skills from the days of Ben Hogan era to now Have there been any measurable improvement despite all the sophisticated equipment, training methods to help ?
Answer is a clear NO when compared with identical Golfing   Conditions
Pat Perez wins - playing 24 under an Incredible score” TPC-  Best Malaysians - , fancied Green even Veteran Danny Chia PLUS ONE
NOT BAD BUT RELATIVE TO winners  -24 BUT a  tall order  in home course. But Gavin is 24 yrs Yes there is admirable standard in him. But we are concern about  the general performance of Malaysian golfers in the world of golfing  arena in relation to their Potential. They are good but no right enticement to polish their skills. Over to your Mr Minister of sports you can am a difference  Clubs must accept PGM CARD Clubs must allow golfers to play like professionals. This would not cost governed extra funds but the benefits are immense just imagin extent of benefit sthey will bring if we can produce several Vijay Singh.s
PGM – OR Professional Golf Malaysia,
 Before this noble act of starting  this tour Malaysian  golfers were like stray birds flying here and there  aimlessly. Today they have a clear path to the top of world OF golf with affiliations and recognition by top world golfing bodies. This the time to make use of the foundation laid by PGM tour.. Combine benefit will far exceed the total money spent by Tourism Malaysia promoting Malaysia.
#VIJAY SINGH HALL OF FAME ASIAN PRIDE
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do not get confused by surrounding with  modern day golfing paraphernalia  basics first, just play the game hit target dedicated with deep joy
Damaru Golf tech.in association with LALI.ELITE.GOLF the thinking golfer.
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ps Three malaysians who took part in this event are reasonably sponsored to survive and indulge in full time golf .
We are talking about Most of others who are part timers-No course having to pay  every round and go in  Buggy

However all are in need of walking courses to pratice with green speed of 10 and over

top games are played with green speeds of 11 or 12 or 13 in modern golf
CIMB GAME at TPC held had a green speed of 11 this does compare well with other top golfer course where the average green speeds are 11. today
ancient times
1978 survey: revealed Today it very mush higher than that
  • Harbour Town, 5-1 (5 feet, 1 inch)Congressional, 6-4Merion, 6-4Pinehurst No. 2, 6-10Pebble Beach, 7-2Shinnecock Hills, 7-2Pine Valley, 7-4Winged Foot, 7-5Cypress Point, 7-8Medinah, 7-8Augusta National, 7-11Oakland Hills, 8-5Oakmont, 9-8

A Stimp reading of 5 at Harbour Town! Oakmont was under 10, and way out in front of most other courses in America.

green speeds as used-#damaru golf tech
green speeds as used-#damaru golf tech
 Golfers appreciate , true surfaces where the ball has a good NORMAL NATURAL roll, does not PULL PUSH  quickly or abnormally deviate from its natural path.Then putting  become real skill not luck.
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Pat Perez wins - playing 24 under Incredable score- #Damaru Golf- always deliver good

Pat Perez    wins - playing 24 under Incredible score-  #Damaru Golf- always deliver good
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2017 CIMB Classic
(2nd of 45 events in the 2017-18 PGA TOUR Season)
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia                      October 12-15, 2017                             Purse: $7,000,000
TPC Kuala Lumpur                                                                             Par/Yards: 36-36—72/7,005
Final-Round Notes – Sunday, October 15, 2017
WeatherMostly cloudy with a high of 90 degrees Fahrenheit / 32 degrees Celsius. Winds west at 4-8 mph.   
Final-Round Leaderboard
Pat Perez                                  66-65-64-69 – 264 (-24)
Keegan Bradley                        65-71-65-67 – 268 (-20)
Xander Schauffele                    65-67-67-72 – 271 (-17)
Sung Kang                                67-68-65-71 – 271 (-17)
Pat Perez
Beginning the day with a four-shot lead, American Pat Perez shot a final-round 69 to win the CIMB Classic by four shots over Keegan Bradley for his third PGA TOUR victory. At the age of 41 years, 7 months and 14 days, Perez is the oldest winner in tournament history.
Perez collects his third win on TOUR (2009 CareerBuilder Challenge, 2016 OHL Classic at Mayakoba) in his 403rd start.
With this victory, Perez moves to second in the FedExCup behind Safeway Open winner Steele, who finished T13 this week. He also earns an exemption into the Sentry Tournament of Champions in January in Maui.
Perez is now two for three in converting 54-hole leads or co-leads to victory. Previously, he had held the 54-hole lead/co-lead just twice in his career, at the 2002 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am and the 2009 CareerBuilder Challenge, finishing runner-up at the former and winning the latter (CareerBuilder Challenge was a 90-hole event).
Perez’ winning margin of four shots is the largest on the PGA TOUR since Marc Leishman won last season’s BMW Championship during the FedExCup Playoffs.
Perez is coming off his best season on the PGA TOUR, recording six top-10 finishes, including a win at the OHL Classic at Mayakoba, a T3 finish at the Sentry Tournament of Champions and a T2 finish at the Wells Fargo Championship. His strong play qualified him for the season-ending TOUR Championship, and he finished 15th in the final FedExCup standings. Perez has one other win on the PGA TOUR, the 2009 CareerBuilder Challenge.
Perez’ berth in the TOUR Championship was the first of his career, coming on the back of a T6 finish at the Dell Technologies Championship, his 400th start on the PGA TOUR. He began last season on a Major Medical Exemption, and his win at the OHL Classic at Mayakoba was good enough to earn full TOUR status.
This is Perez’ fifth start in the CIMB Classic, his best finish coming in 2011 when he tied for ninth.
2017-18 starts-made cuts-top 10s-wins: 1-1-1-1
PGA TOUR career starts-made cuts-top10s-wins: 403-259-52-3
Perez’ final stats:
Stat                                          Ranking
Driving Accuracy                       T13
Greens in Regulation                 T1
Putts                                        T9
About Pat Perez
Name: Patrick Perez
Height: 6-0
Weight: 190
Birthdate: March 1, 1976
Birthplace: Phoenix, Arizona
Residence: Scottsdale, Arizona
Family: Wife, Ashley
Turned Professional: 1997
Joined TOUR: 2002
Web.com Tour Graduate: 2002
Third-Round Leader Statistics
The third-round leader/co-leader has now gone on to win six of eight editions of the CIMB Classic.
Perez’ four-stroke lead over Schauffele tied Anirban Lahiri (2016) for the largest lead through 54 holes in tournament history; Lahiri went on to finish T3.
54-hole leaders are now one for two on converting to victory in the 2017-18 PGA TOUR Season.
Keegan Bradley
American Keegan Bradley shot a 5-under 67 on Sunday to finish runner-up at the CIMB Classic, his third top 10 in four starts in the event and best since finishing sixth last year.
The 2011 PGA Championship winner recorded his best finish since he was runner-up at the 2014 Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard. His Sunday 67 included three birdies, one eagle and no bogeys.
Bradley finished 47th in the FedExCup last season, his best since 2014 when he finished 33rd.
Xander Schauffele
Making his first start since becoming the first rookie to win the TOUR Championship, Xander Schuaffele fired a Sunday 72 to finish T3 with Sung Kang in his bid to win his second consecutive event.
Schauffele was named PGA TOUR Rookie of the Year, as voted by his peers, after winning twice last season, including the FedExCup Playoffs finale, the TOUR Championship and The Greenbrier Classic. He finished inside the top 20 in three of four FedExCup Playoffs event and claimed top-five finishes at the U.S. Open and Sanderson Farms Championship, both T5s. His win at East Lake propelled him to a third-place finish in the final FedExCup standings.
Schauffele was born in La Jolla, California, but his mother is half Taiwanese (grew up in Japan) and his father is half French and German.
He is part of golf’s high school Class of 2011 that includes, among others, Jordan Spieth, Justin Thomas, Emiliano Grillo and Daniel Berger.
This was Schauffele’s first start in the CIMB Classic.
Sung Kang
Sung Kang shot a Sunday 71 at the CIMB Classic to finish in a tie for third with Xander Schauffele, his best finish on the PGA TOUR since he was runner up at the 2017 Shell Houston Open.
Kang had his best season on the PGA TOUR last year, finishing 59th in the FedExCup. This is the Korean’s second start at the CIMB Classic; he finished T21 last year.
Miscellaneous Notes
Whee Kim made an ace at the 208-yard par-3 15th hole in the third round, the first of his PGA TOUR career and the second of the 2017-18 PGA TOUR season. The hole in one earned Kim a BMW 740Le xDrive Hybrid, which was presented to him by Han Sang Yun, Managing Director/CEO of BMW Malaysia after the round. This is the fourth consecutive year that an ace has been recorded at the CIMB Classic (Kevin Na/8th/R3, Scott Brown/15th/R1, Westwood/11th/R2
Hideki Matsuyama, who entered last season’s FedExCup Playoffs on top of the standings and at No. 3 was the highest ranked player in the field in the Official World Golf Ranking, finished T5, a year after finishing runner-up to Justin Thomas.
Brendan Steele, coming off his second-straight win at the Safeway Open, finished T13, 12 shots behind the winner. Steele finished T26 in the CIMB Classic last year coming in off a victory.
After shooting a first-round 77, Englishman Paul Casey, No. 14 in the Official World Golf Ranking, improved by 14 shots in the second round with a 9-under 63. He continued his rebound in the third round, shooting a 3-under 69 in the third round and 7-under 65 in the final round to finish T7, his best showing in four appearances at this event.
Justin Thomas, the 2016-17 PGA TOUR Player of the Year and FedExCup champion closed his tournament with a 5-under 67 to finish T17.  The two-time defending champion owns the lowest stroke average at this event (minimum of eight rounds), averaging 65.88 per round coming into 2017.
Indian player Anirban Lahiri, who held a four-shot lead through 54-holes at this event last year, finished T10.

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Saturday, 14 October 2017

2017 CIMB Classic day 3 happenings # Damaru Golf

2017 CIMB Classic day 3  happenings # Damaru Golf


Third-Round Leaderboard
Pat Perez                                  66-65-64 – 195 (-21)
Xander Schauffele                    65-67-67 – 199 (-17)
Sung Kang                                67-68-65 – 200 (-16)
Pat Perez
In his first start of the 2017-18 PGA TOUR season, Pat Perez shot a third-round 8-under 64 to get to 21-under and has a four lead over Xander Schauffele. He made just his second bogey of the tournament on the par-4 13th, but immediately followed it with three birdies, and added one at the last for good measure. His 54-hole total of 21-under-par 195 is the lowest 54-hole score in tournament history, bettering the mark of 20-under 196 set by Justin Thomas and Brendan Steele in 2015. At 41-years-old, Perez would become the oldest winner of the CIMB Classic with a win tomorrow.
Perez has held the 54-hole lead/co-lead just twice in his career, at the 2002 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am and the 2009 CareerBuilder Challenge, finishing runner-up at the former and winning the latter (CareerBuilder Challenge was a 90-hole event). His total of 195 is the second-lowest 54-hole of his career (191 – 2009 CareerBuilder Challenge).
Perez is coming off his best season on the PGA TOUR, recording six top-10 finishes, including a win at the OHL Classic at Mayakoba, a T3 finish at the Sentry Tournament of Champions and a T2 finish at the Wells Fargo Championship. His strong play qualified him for the season-ending TOUR Championship, and he finished 11th in the final FedExCup standings. Perez has one other win on the PGA TOUR, the 2009 CareerBuilder Challenge.
Perez’ berth in the TOUR Championship was the first of his career, coming on the back of a T6 finish at the Dell Technologies Championship, his 400th start on the PGA TOUR. He began last season on a Major Medical Exemption, and his win at the OHL Classic at Mayakoba was good enough to earn full TOUR status.
This is Perez’ fifth start in the CIMB Classic, his best finish coming in 2011 when he tied for ninth.
Perez’ stats through 54 holes:
Stat                                          Ranking
Driving Accuracy                       T17
Greens in Regulation                 T4
Putts                                        T1
Third-Round Leader Statistics
The third-round leader/co-leader has gone on to win five of seven previous editions of the CIMB Classic, with Justin Thomas accomplishing the feat most recently in 2015.
Perez’ four-stroke lead over Schauffele ties Anirban Lahiri (2016) for the largest lead through 54 holes in tournament history; Lahiri went on to finish T3.
Brendan Steele won last week’s Safeway Open for the second consecutive year trailing leader Tyler Duncan by two shots through 54 holes.
Xander Schauffele
Making his first start since becoming the first rookie to win the TOUR Championship, Xander Schauffele is in second place after the third round at the CIMB Classic, four shots back of Pat Perez’ lead. Schauffele is looking to become the first player since Jordan Spieth (2017 Travelers Championship, 2017 The Open Championship) to win back-to-back events on the PGA TOUR.
Schauffele’s has held or shared the runner-up position through three rounds just one other time, at the recent TOUR Championship, where he was T2 through 54 holes and went on to win.
Schauffele was named PGA TOUR Rookie of the Year, as voted by his peers, after winning twice last season, including the FedExCup Playoffs finale, the TOUR Championship and The Greenbrier Classic. He finished inside the top 20 in three of four FedExCup Playoffs event and claimed top-five finishes at the U.S. Open and Sanderson Farms Championship, both T5s. His win at East Lake propelled him to a third-place finish in the final FedExCup standings.
Schauffele was born in La Jolla, California, but his mother is half Taiwanese (grew up in Japan) and his father is half French and German.
He is part of golf’s high school Class of 2011 that includes, among others, Jordan Spieth, Justin Thomas, Emiliano Grillo and Daniel Berger.
This is Schauffele’s first start in the CIMB Classic.
Sung Kang
Sung Kang shot a 7-under 65 in third round of the CIMB Classic, good enough for solo third through 54 holes, five shots behind the leader, Pat Perez.
His T3 position through three rounds is his best since he led through 54 holes at the Shell Houston Open last season, where he finished runner-up. That finish was the best of Kang’s PGA TOUR career, which has seen him record 7 top 10s in 113 starts.
Kang had his best season on the PGA TOUR last year, finishing 59th in the FedExCup. This is the Korean’s second start at the CIMB Classic; he finished T21 last year.
Hideki Matsuyama
In his first action since the 2017 Presidents Cup at Liberty National Golf Club and first start of the 2017-18 PGA TOUR season, Japan’s Hideki Matsuyama made five-consecutive birdies on the front nine and closed with three consecutive birdies in the third round to cap off a 9-under 63, that ties the low round of the week.
Matsuyama is making his fifth straight start at the CIMB Classic, his best finish coming last year when he was runner-up to Justin Thomas. He was also T5 in 2015.
The third-ranked player in the Official World Golf Ranking (the highest ranked player in the field), has won six times in the last 12 months on the global stage, including two World Golf Championships tournaments, as well as posting two top-5 finishes in the U.S. Open and PGA Championship last season.
Matsuyama also captured the Waste Management Phoenix Open last season, successfully defending his title – his strong play throughout the season made him the leader of the FedExCup standings entering the playoffs.
Miscellaneous Notes
Whee Kim made an ace at the 208-yard par-3 15th hole, the first of his PGA TOUR career and the second of the 2017-18 PGA TOUR season. The hole in one earned Kim a BMW 740Le xDrive Hybrid, which was presented to him by Han Sang Yun, Managing Director/CEO of BMW Malaysia after the round. This is the fourth consecutive year that an ace has been recorded at the CIMB Classic (Kevin Na/8th/R3, Scott Brown/15th/R1, Westwood/11th/R2
Brendan Steele, coming off his second-straight win at the Safeway Open, is at 8 under through three rounds. Steele finished T26 in the CIMB Classic last year coming in off a victory.
After shooting a first-round 77, Englishman Paul Casey, No. 14 in the Official World Golf Ranking, improved by 14 shots in the second round with a 9-under 63. He continued his rebound in the third round, shooting a 3-under 69 to get to 7-under through 54 holes.
Justin Thomas, the 2016-17 PGA TOUR Player of the Year and FedExCup champion is at 6-under after a 69 where he overcame a double bogey at the par-5 fifth with an eagle at the par-4 16th.  The two-time defending champion owns the lowest stroke average at this event (minimum of eight rounds), averaging 65.88 per round coming into 2017.
Indian player Anirban Lahiri, who held a four-shot lead through 54-holes at this event last year, had a bogey-free 64 today, to move into sixth place, nine shots behind the lead.
Greyson Murray made two eagles, on the par-5 fifth and the par-4 16th, to shoot a third-round 64, 18 shots better than his opening-round 82.
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