Friday, 24 November, 2017

Perez fires 64, stretches lead

Jason Dufner of United States drives down the Pat Perez victorious again at the 2017 CIMB Classic
Jerome Frank | 16 October, 2017, 06:56

Even that, though, left him eight short of Perez. He finished the day 15 strokes adrift of Perez after shooting a 69.

"I'm not going to change anything - I'm still not going to work out. I'll still have a bad diet and I'm going to enjoy myself", he said. I've got my group of friends and I'm not going to change anything.

"I'll work hard and take it a day at a time".

"I'll try to get off to a good start again and see what happens".

Hideki Matsuyama shot up the leaderboard with a sizzling 63 to move into a tie for fourth place after three rounds.

A bogey on 13 did little to dent his title aspirations as the American would storm home with four birdies in his closing five holes.

Perez, twice a victor on the PGA Tour, turned in 35 but it was from then on that his round really came together in Malaysia.

Danny Chia carded a regulation 72 to lie in 62nd spot with a one-over 217 total while Nicholas Fung slipped to 72nd spot with a three-day total of four-over 220 after a three-over 75.

Smith also carded a 64 to hold the lead after the opening round but a one-over par 73 on Saturday cruelled his chances.

Bradley, the 2011 PGA Championship victor, recorded his best finish since he was runner-up at the 2014 Arnold Palmer Invitational.

But there was disappointment for Thomas, the PGA Championship title-holder and 2017 PGA Tour Player of the Year, who finished tied for 17th despite a 67 in the final round of his title defense.

Thomas had another mixed round as five birdies were contrasted by two bogeys and a double bogey six on the 12th.

"Unreal. I think I'm the last guy that expected to win this week, to be honest with you", Perez told reporters after the win.

The American veteran picked up three birdies in a solid outward 33 before adding two more at 10 and 12, although he opened the door for the chasing pack with his mistake at the 13th, just his second dropped shot of the tournament.

Despite the jet lag, Bradley continues to thrive at this event.

Thailand's Poom, who made six of his seven birdies on the front nine, said: "I played without any expectations. This is a big event but there is no cut so I'm only feeling 50 per cent pressure".

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