American Jordan Spieth will join unsung Australians Brett Rumford and Greg Chalmers in the final group for the last round of the Emirates Australian Open tomorrow.
Spieth the world No. 14, had a 69 at The Australian today to join Perth's Rumford and Chalmers in the last threesome, all at five-under par through 54 holes.
They have some powerful players in the groups following, with Queenslanders Adam Scott and Rod Pampling just a shot back at four-under, along with Victorian amateur Todd Sinnott who is at two under.
The Australian's remodelled course bared her teeth today with a stiff breeze in the afternoon that played havoc with the players.
Among those to suffer was world No. 1 Rory McIlroy, who will start the final round at one-over par and six shots back after a 76 today that included a triple bogey seven at the ninth hole.