Cameron Smith leads Fortinet Australian PGA Championship by three shots heading into Sunday

Cameron Smith’s last worldwide win came at the LIV Golf Series stop in Chicago, his second Saudi-circuit start. Before that, it was the 150th Open at St. Andrews.

Now, he’s in position to add to a career year.

Smith leads the Fortinet Australian PGA Championship by three shots with 18 holes to play at Royal Queensland GC in Brisbane, Australia. After using a Friday 65 to vault up the leaderboard, the Aussie fired a Saturday 2-under 69 to separate from the field.

It was an up-and-down day for world No. 3, cashing in six birdies while also adding four squares to the card.

If he wins Sunday, it’ll be his fourth DP World Tour victory.

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His closest chasers are Yan Wei Liu and Masahiro Kawamura who both sit at 8 under, three back. A group of four players, including Min Woo Lee, are 7 under, four back.

Story originally appeared on GolfWeek