Not right now, Mickelson tells Mexico Championship leader Sharma

Not right now, Mickelson tells Mexico Championship leader Sharma

Not right now, Mickelson tells Mexico Championship leader Sharma

(I) obviously made a few mistakes on the greens but the greens are tough this week so I think everyone's making a few mistakes.

Oh, and he can putt - as evidenced by his 14-footer for par at the 18th hole on Saturday to secure the most unlikely of 54-hole advantages (as an aside, he also has a vintage fist pump).

He said: "I'm really happy with the way I played today, stuck in there".

On his brief encounter with Mickelson before the round, Shubhankar said, "To be honest, me and my caddie Baaz, we both went up to him".

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Schauffele, the US PGA Tour's 2017 Rookie of the Year, is the only player with no bogeys after 36 holes, having opened with a 65 and followed with a 68. Justin Thomas got it a year ago when he made an ace in the inaugural Mexico Championship, and Ross Fisher got it on Saturday. I remember all the majors pretty much by heart and pretty much all the shots, and I remember Phil winning in 2013 and the shot on the 13th was just fabulous. "You always feel good after a round where you don't make a mistake".

An eagle on Friday at the short par-four first hole, where he drove the ball to inside two feet for a tap-in, changed that and bogeys at the next two holes proved minor setbacks. It is not just Mickelson who is in hot pursuit, but a whole lot of others.

That surreal moment aside, Mickelson is the only player Sharma introduced himself to this week.

Despite two European Tour victories already this season ― in South Africa and Malaysia ― it is fair to say a Sharma victory on Sunday would reverberate around the golf world. Now 21, Sharma has put his career on course with two massive wins-the Maybank Championship and the Joburg Open-in 2018.

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Then, he hit out of a fairway bunker, over the water and onto the green at the unsafe 16th hole and faced a 65-foot putt. Webb Simpson, who shared the 18-hole lead with Alex Noren, made double bogey with a wedge in his hand on the par-5 18th.

"I felt like I lost my swing a little on the back nine but overall if you said I was going to shoot seven under at the start of the day I'd have been buzzing so very happy with that".

Looking ahead to Sunday's final round, he added: "I'm just going to go out there trying, play as well as I can and shoot another low one and see what happens".

"It went on until six in the morning back home", Sharma recalled.

For three days, Sharma has exuded a quiet confidence and a refreshing indifference to his situation.

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