Zac Blair scored six birdies and records the 64 strokes or six under par in the third round game of the tournament PGA Tour of the US Sony Open in Hawaii, and share leadership position along Brandt Snedeker on Saturday.
Citing reports AFP that Blair actually had a chance to lead alone at the tournament with a total of 5.8 million US dollars on the golf course Waialea in Honolulu, but he failed to birdie over the nipples from a distance of three feet on the 18th hole.
The 25-year-old golfer will go in the fourth round or the final round games on Sunday, to compete with the seven-time Tour winner, Snedeker, who were both equally recorded a total of 194 strokes or 16 under par after three rounds of the game or the third day of the tournament.
While Snedeker in the third round was recorded 66 punches or four under par without a bogey exposed.
Both the golfer, who was one shot lead over American player Kevin Kisner recorded 66 punches and total recorded 195 strokes.
Kisner hit a bogey on the hole of 17th par three, but he is still likely to get rid of his two competitors.Meanwhile, South Korean golfer Kim Si-Woo scored a birdie on the 17th hole and an eagle on the 18th hole for a record 65 strokes with a total of 196 punches - but he was two ahead on the golfer Argentine Fabian Gomez recorded 65 with a total of 198 punches.