05 Mar '11, 11pm

Golf: Sabbatini roars into PGA lead: PALM BEACH GARDENS, Florida - South African Rory Sabbatini fired a four-und...

Golf: Sabbatini roars into PGA lead: PALM BEACH GARDENS, Florida - South African Rory Sabbatini fired a four-und...

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Florida - South African Rory Sabbatini fired a four-under par 66 on Saturday to seize a five-stroke lead after the third round of the $5.7 million US PGA Honda Classic. Sabbatini, who began the day one stroke behind American Kyle Stanley, made five birdies against a lone bogey to stand on nine-under par 201 after 54 holes with South Korean Yang Yong-Eun and American Jerry Kelly sharing second on 206. Sabbatini birdied the fourth hole and followed by sinking a 40-foot bidie putt on the par-3 fifth. He opened the back nine with a 12-foot birdie putt at the 10th hole and a 17-foot birdie putt on 11 before his lone bogey at 12. The 34-year-old South African, seeking his sixth US PGA title and first since the 2009 Byron Nelson Championship, answered with an 18-foot birdie at 13 and parred his way to the clubhouse on a day when he reached only six fairways. Y...

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