Ian Poulter grabbed the Round 3 lead at the RBC Heritage Saturday at Harbour Town Golf Links.
He was the talk of golf two weeks back with his stunning play-off win at Houston Open where he made a 20-foot birdie putt on the 72nd hole to force a shootout, then beat Beau Hossler on the first extra hole to gain entrance to Augusta National.
Luke List and reigning Players Championship victor Si Woo Kim are tied for second at 12 under.
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The 42-year-old South African, who tweaked his back this week while working on his swing, shot a seven-under 64 that left him two shots clear of Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel, John Huh and Chesson Hadley at Harbour Town on Hilton Head Island.
World No 1 Dustin Johnson shot a second straight 69 and was tied for 26th, six shots off the lead.
The American's card included a triple-bogey eight at the second, after some poor course management, and double bogeys at the 13th and 17th holes to all but end his hopes of victory. "I simply tried to simplify what and wasn't even trying to hit on it simply put this get the greens".
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Poulter, whose Houston win this month earned him a berth in last week's U.S. Masters, is showing no signs of fatigue despite playing in his sixth PGA Tour event in as many weeks.
Sabbatini, starting on No. 10, birdied four holes on his front nine.
He looked to continue his strong play at Harbour Town where he posted 10 birdies to one bogey during Wednesday's pro-am. He fell back with bogey on No. 12 and could not catch Poulter down the stretch.
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However, the two-time PGA Tour victor responded immediately with three consecutive birdies and added another five on his final nine holes, including at the last. And when you're in that position, sometimes the game feels easy when sometimes it isn't'. Dru Love, the son of five-time RBC Heritage champion Davis Love III, improved 11 strokes from his first round with his 66 on Friday.