Yogi salutes Percy
About the same time Cameron Percy Would hit the third and fourth holes,
The owner, Yogi, saluted in the $ 150,000 Sandown Cup.
Still on the nags, John Walter, Who runs the Sydney Skins Gosh and Glory and Tim Clark, caddied for Aaron Pike. That's why Pike planned to spend the afternoon with a few beers and supported the pair of Rose Hill.
Davis in familiar territory
Think if he had not had the fourth traitor on the first hole of the tournament.
Defend the open champion Cameron Davis Made his move with seven birds for four under the age of 68, just for a double bogey on the 13th to ruin his Saturday run.
Just like last year, Davis knows he's coming to the last day without losing. He shot 66 last year to come out of nowhere and win.
"It's exactly the same this year, so I'm back just a big turn and will put me near the leaders," Davis said.
"I can not force it because once you try to force it, it's usually when things go wrong, that's what could have happened at 13 when I was trying to get green [with a two iron] And tried to hit him too hard [aiming for] Just a short of green was fine. "
Snapper breaks the "fourth wall"
former The Herald photographer Steve Christo / Accidentally arrived at the aid of a flying Mexican Avraham Ansar On the 11th hole when he stopped his tee shot dripping into the sand – with his stomach.
Christo broke and took over as the ball plowed into it. Unfortunately for Ancer, he found the sand on his second shot as Christo returned to the media center for the icepack and snuggle up.
Smith spice round with eagle
A double screw on the seventh hole was shot Cameron Smith & Co., Which immediately responded with an eagle on the eighth.
"I put it a long time to the right and it was unplayable, and it shot me up I guess I played solid away," said Smith, a tournament favorite before who shot two under the age of 70.
Smith has been fighting a cold head for the past few days and has turned to some spicy Indian food on Friday night to help sweat him.
Praying for light
Miko Ilonen Will be playing in Melbourne next weekend before flying home to Finland where he hopes it finally snowed.
"It's so dark in the house it was miserable, but when it snows and there is snow on the ground, it brings the light," said Ilonen.
The Finnish golfer, who had played two previous openings, remained calm after the pole failed to drop to 17.
"I could not believe it did not come in," said Ilonen, who had taken six birds on his way to a third round of 68 to be three below the tournament.
A bad joke
Los Mobile had no water flush until late on Tuesday in the lakes that the company did not realize they had to have before the start of the game on Thursday.
Christian covers the rugby league for the Sydney Morning Herald.