Ross Fisher's ace at WGC-Mexico Championship gets soccer goal treatment

Ross Fisher's ace at WGC-Mexico Championship gets soccer goal treatment

Ross Fisher's ace at WGC-Mexico Championship gets soccer goal treatment

Justin Thomas got it previous year when he made an ace in the inaugural Mexico Championship, and Ross Fisher got it on Saturday.

Johnson made eagle on the par-5 sixth, but then traded birdies and bogeys the rest of the way until ending with a birdie to get in range. "On the safer side, not too many birdies, but no bogeys".

Thomas' progress up the leaderboard was not finished, though, and he was back on track with a birdie at the 15th.

Hatton had been suffering from a bout of food poisoning earlier in the week but the world number 16 showed no ill effects as he raced to the turn in 30, chipped in for a birdie on the 12th and nearly repeated the trick for an eagle on the 15th. "Made a few mistakes coming in, but I've done a fairly good job of the distances and the yardages", said Sharma, reported AFP. "I'm just trying to hit the fairways, trying to hit the greens".

"I'm putting the ball in play better, my iron play's back, my short game is back, I've been putting well, so overall I've been playing well and the scores are starting to reflect it", said Mickelson, who won this event (2009 at Doral) during a different era.

"I'm really pleased with the way I played". It just feels like there's a TV in front of me and I'm actually watching it through a TV. What could possibly make this feat even better?

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He also chipped in from 21 foot and off the green on the 12th and went close to holing a tricky chip over a bunker for another birdie on the 15th.

"I was five under through nine which I was over the moon with". "I may have to reset that goal a little bit". "Then he just realised and said, 'So sorry, I thought you were media, ' and he said hi, I said hi. I'm very happy with that".

Brooke Henderson had a bogey-free 65, matching Korda for the low round of the day, to join Minjee Lee (68) in a tie for third at 11 under after an extraordinary display with the putter.

American Phil Mickelson, seeking his first victory since 2013, was among the main movers on day three as he shot a six-under-par 65.

"It's great", he said. "You have kind of managed your way around the golf course, you've put the ball in the right spots, you've attacked the right pins, you've played smart and that's something I've been trying to do here".

Michelle Wie birdied four of her first five holes for a 66 to finish five shots adrift on 10-under, alongside Jessica Korda (68), Jin Yong Ko (67) and Marina Alex (70), who bogeyed three of her last four holes after briefly threatening for the lead.

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