Entries in Franceso Molinari (7)
Graeme McDowell gave his Race to Dubai chances a massive lift when he blasted five birdies in an amazing six hole stretch before play was suspended in the Barclays Singapore Open.
Peter Lawrie fired his fourth successive round in the 60s to claim sixth place at the Portugal Masters.
The Dubliner finished one 15 under par, three shots adrift of Australia’s Richard Green who shot a closing 65 to steal the title from under the nose of Pablo Martin.
Padraig Harrington salved the wounds of the Kingdom’s All Ireland football championship demise when he produced another of his trademark battling performances to thrill the Kerry galleries and keep the home challenge for the 3 Irish Open on track at blustery Killarney.
Leading by three shots with nine to play, McIlroy and Graeme McDowell had to settle for a share of second place with defending champions Sweden after failing to repeat the fireworks of the first three days.
Rory McIlroy faces the most pressure packed day of his career in China on Sunday. Luckily, he has Graeme McDowell to share the burden as Ireland takes a one stroke lead into the final round of the Omega Mission Hills World Cup.
Yes, McIlroy and McDowell are on track for a wire-to-wire victory after a bogey-free eight under par 64 left them on 26 under, just one clear of Italian brothers Edoardo and Francesco Molinari (61) and Sweden's Henrik Stenson and Robert Karlsson (62), the defending champions.
Given McIlroy's amazing ascent from 50th to 10th in the world rankings over the past 11 months, it's amazing to think that he might have under-achieved.
Michael Hoey went all Woosie when he disqualified himself for having 15 clubs in his bag in the 3 Irish Open.
Franceso Molinari put Baltray to the sword with a stunning course record 63 in a first round birdie bonanza at The 3 Irish Open.