Fisher and Detry close ground on Garcia at Sun City


In-form Sergio Garcia extended his lead at the Nedbank Golf Challenge to two shots in Sun City, though Louis Oosthuizen heads a tightly bunched chasing pack going into the final day.

Detry is in contention after the young Belgian produced another birdie-filled back nine as he picked up shots on four of his last six holes for his 68.

Garcia started well with birdies on the second and third holes, but his fortunes subsided thereafter as he played the next 15 holes in one-over, dropping shots on the par-four 13th and 18th while birdieing the par-four 17th.

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Sergio Garcia fired a 71 on day three to open up a two-shot lead as he looks for a wire-to-wire victory in the seventh Rolex Series event of the season.

It was the Spaniard's lowest opening round score of the season by two shots and matched the biggest first-round lead on the tour in 2018.

Oosthuizen is not the only one who can thwart Garcia's bid for a third Nedbank title.

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"My first year on the European Tour gave me a lot of golf learning experiences, a lot of great finishes", he said about his year which will give him plenty of confidence coming to this week at Gary Player Country Club at Sun City.

Rory McIlroy once again struggled to find his rhythm and signed for a one-over 73 which left him in a tie for 20th place on level par.

Starting on the back nine, Chisnall opened his round with back-to-back birdies to move into the top-10.

And world number six McIlroy saw his faint hopes of overhauling Francesco Molinari to win the Race to Dubai fade.

"I only see hitting a three-iron out there and it was a little into the breeze and I knew I had to hit a good three-iron and probably leave myself with a five-iron in". He added birdies at the par-three second and his par-five final hole.

"Two or three more putts could have rolled in and it would have been a really good round in very tough conditions, and you know, other than that, I felt like I managed my game quite nicely and shooting under par, it's always a good thing". Also in that group is Lee Westwood (69), a two-time victor at Sun City.

"I was three behind after the third round, knew I had to make a fast start and eagled two", Westwood said after becoming the first European to win three Nedbank titles following 2010 and 2011 triumphs.