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15 April 2018, 07:05 | Anna Jefferson
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Follow this PGA Tour leaderboard for the third round of the RBC Heritage. But it was Sabbatini who quickly moved to the top in flawless, windless conditions on what's typically one of the most wind-swept layouts of the year.
Instead, Johnson had bogeys on four of his first 11 holes before rallying to finish with a 72 and was 10 shots in back of Poulter.
List took off with three straight birdies on Nos. He was tied for 20th. He made a 52-foot putt on the par-3 14th and put his approach on No. 18 - the Pete Dye course's signature hole with the lighthouse in the backdrop - to about 7 feet to set up another birdie.
"I think it's going to motivate me to be more aggressive and play well", he said.
Ian Poulter raced into contention for his second win in three weeks after firing a flawless 64 on the second day of the RBC Heritage in SC.
Kim was in front at 12 under after birdies on the eighth and ninth holes.
"I was just happy in order to play today, &rdquo". Sabbatini said he hurt his back on Sunday while practicing for this event. Turns out it was all the way to the end. He fell back with bogey on No. 12 and could not catch Poulter down the stretch.
Two week after winning to become the last man to qualify for this year's Masters, Ian Poulter is in place to be one of the first players to guarantee his berth in next year's Augusta major.
The Englishman enjoyed the excellent early conditions and got his second round off to the ideal start as he rolled in a 15-foot putt for birdie at the 10th. He fluffed his fifth shot into a bunker, then missed a 5-foot putt for the dreaded snowman.
"I haven't played here in a while, so it's definitely a little bit different being here", Johnson said.
The victor will receive a tartan jacket and $1.2 million. "And when you're in that position, sometimes the game feels easy when sometimes it isn't". "To come from last week where getting on the green doesn't mean much, you still have a lot of work to go". He tied for 38th at last week's U.S. Masters.
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