Ian Poulter hopes he can pull another victory out of the bag after ending the third day of the RBC Heritage at the top of the leaderboard.
The 42-year-old shot a four-under 67 on Saturday and is 1000/1 to win the tournament and seal a second victory in three weeks following his triumph at the recent Houston Open.
Poulter is on 13-under after 54 holes, a stroke ahead of Luke List (67) and Si Woo Kim (68). Bryson DeChambeau, who led the field after day two, fell down the leaderboard after posting a disappointing four-over 75 on Saturday.
"Still standing - that's a good thing," Poulter said after his bogey-free round at Hilton Head - his sixth PGA Tour event in as many weeks.
"It's unusual for me to play that many weeks in a row but I can muster up another day... see if we can pull it out of the bag again."
World number one Dustin Johnson is 10 shots behind Poulter after a 72, while CT Pan and Billy Horschel are in contention on 11-under, with Kevin Kisner and Chesson Hadley one stroke further back.
Kisner can be backed at 1000/1 to win the RBC Heritage outright, while Hadley is available at 1000/1.
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