Sergio Garcia is a shot further back after hitting five birdies, a bogey and an eagle on the par-4 10th for a 6-under 64. The Spaniard is fourth with Australia’s Jason Scrivener (67).
“The only thing I can do is go out there tomorrow, play as well as I can play, hopefully get on a hot streak and put on a good round and see,” said Garcia.
South Korea’s Hyo-won Park (73) had cut Rai’s lead to just one shot at the turn before his round collapsed, including an 8 on the 18th with a penalty for his ball moving. He is tied for eighth on 7 under.
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