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Confusing cheers for co-leader MacKenzie on Day 3

Saturday, October 25, 2014 6:21:00 PM

ST. SIMONS ISLAND, Ga. – One of the PGA Tour’s most entertaining characters, Will MacKenzie didn’t disappoint on Saturday at the McGladrey Classic.

At the par-3 sixth hole, he hit a “held-off” 8-iron that caromed off the flagstick and into the hole. Not that MacKenzie had any idea where it went.

“It was the most anti-climactic hole in one I’ve ever had,” smiled MacKenzie, who originally thought the shot had bounced off the flagstick and away from the hole.

Finally, four fans that had been watching the hole informed MacKenzie of his ace. “When I hit the shot it was like a ‘sorry you got screwed’ clap,” he said.

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Eleven holes later, things went the other way for MacKenzie when he flew the green at the par-3 17th hole, chipped through the putting surface and rolled in an 8 footer for bogey.

“Best bogey clap I’ve ever had,” smiled MacKenzie, who is tied with Andrew Svoboda (65) atop the McGladrey Classic leaderboard after his third consecutive 66.

After losing his PGA Tour status in 2012, MacKenzie advanced to the third FedEx Cup playoff event this year and is vying for his first Tour victory since the 2008 Viking Classic.

MacKenzie, Svoboda share McGladrey lead

Saturday, October 25, 2014 7:02:00 PM

ST. SIMONS ISLAND, Ga. - Will MacKenzie made a hole-in-one that hardly anyone saw and finished with a 45-foot birdie putt that gave him a 5-under 65 on Saturday and a share of the lead with Andrew Svoboda going into the final round of the McGladrey Classic.

Svoboda, playing in the same group with MacKenzie, rallied from a careless double bogey with three birdies over his last six holes for a 66.

The leaders were at 12-under 198, though the final round at Sea Island had all the trappings of a shootout.

Russell Henley, the 36-hole leader, was one shot behind after another solid day except for one shot. He pulled his approach into the water on the par-5 15th hole and made bogey on the easiest hole on the Seaside course. Henley had a 68.

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Stewart Cink, winless since beating Tom Watson in a playoff at Turnberry five years ago, made eight birdies in his round of 63. Defending champion Chris Kirk is progressively getting better with rounds of 68-67-66. They were part of a large group at 201, just three shots behind.

Nine players were within four shots of the lead.

MacKenzie said it was his third ace on the PGA Tour, and one he'll never forget, mainly because of the reaction.

There wasn't one.

MacKenzie didn't even know it was in the hole until he looked around the green and couldn't find his ball. A spectator indicated with his hand that it was in the hole.

''Most anti-climactic hole-in-one I ever had,'' he said.

He hit an 8-iron from 178 yards on the par-3 sixth hole. He could see it was headed for the flag. He could hear it hit the stick. He might have been able to hear four fans clapping, though he can't swear to that. And then he got to the green and was really confused.

''Finally, there was this random guy over there, like one of the four guys clapping earlier,'' he said. ''They were like, 'Yeah, it went in. Didn't you hear us clap?' I was like, 'Thanks, man. You guys are low-key here.' They're used to seeing great shots. They're used to your Matt Kuchars and the guys, studs. I made a hole-in-one. It means nothing other than it was a 1 on the scorecard. It was just the most boring hole-in-one ever.''

But it put him into the last group with a chance to win a PGA Tour event for the first time since MacKenzie won the Viking Classic six years ago.

Four players had at least a share of the lead at one point. Henley fell back with his bogey on the 15th. Fabian Gomez of Argentina was tied for the lead until he stumbled at the finish. He three-putted from 30 feet on the 16th and from 40 feet on the 17th, and then failed to get up-and-down from short of the 18th. He shot 68 and was in the group three shots out of the lead.

Henley and Kirk are playing for the first time since the Tour Championship on Sept. 14. Neither was sure what to expect this week, and even though Henley didn't finish as strong as he would like, he was happy with where he was.

So was Kirk, who had five birdies and an eagle to counter his mistakes.

Kirk holed out with a sand wedge from 115 yards on the eighth hole, only to bogey the next two holes. He finished strong and still had a chance to defend his title.

''I've managed to put three pretty solid rounds together, and hopefully I can give them a little bit of a run tomorrow,'' Kirk said.

MacKenzie also had his moments. He didn't take the lead until a birdie on the 16th hole, only to lose focus on the next hole. He hit 5-iron, which was way too much club for the par-3 17th, and he was lucky to at least have a shot out of the wire grass. He chopped that over the green, got the next shot down to 7 feet and holed that for a bogey.

And to cap it off, he made a long birdie across the 18th green to catch Svoboda, who had to save par with a tough chip from the right side of the green.

''I was a little jumpy,'' MacKenzie said. ''So it was huge to make that bomb.''

DIVOTS: The 54-hole cut was at 1-under 209, and it eliminated 17 players. Among those making it to Sunday was tournament host Davis Love III, who shot 70. ... The only downside to Cink being in the penultimate group Sunday is that he likely will miss his 6:30 p.m. flight out of Jacksonville, Florida, to get to Malaysia for the CIMB Classic next week. Love is presenting the trophy and will miss that flight, too, though he is planning a private jet to New York to make the Malaysia connection. ... Brian Harman, playing in the final group with his Georgia teammate Russell Henley, had a 73 and fell seven shots behind.

'Cancellation' led to Kuchar playing home event

Saturday, October 25, 2014 6:05:00 PM

ST. SIMONS ISLAND, Ga. – Matt Kuchar signed for his third-round 68 on Saturday at the McGladrey Classic and headed for the parking lot and a short ride to his house just across this coastal island.

It would be a much easier commute than what he initially had scheduled for this week. Kuchar originally planned to play in the inaugural America’s Golf Cup in Buenos Aires, Argentina, this week but those plans unraveled.

“The event I was playing in was cancelled,” Kuchar said on Saturday at Sea Island Resort.

Actually, the America’s Golf Cup – a team event that includes Angel Cabrera – is being played at Pilar Golf Club but has been largely scaled-down to be a PGA Tour Latinoamérica event.

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Kuchar said he was informed by his manager, Mark Steinberg, that he wouldn’t be playing in the tournament, “pretty soon after Tiger (Woods who he was supposed to play the event with) announced he wasn’t going to play again until the World Challenge.”

Woods announced on Aug. 13 that his doctors had advised him to not play or practice in order to rehabilitate his ailing back and that his next start would be the Hero World Challenge Dec. 1-7.