Poulter hits his stride
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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