Former Open champions Shane Lowry and Francesco Molinari share the lead with Min Woo Lee for the final round of the HSBC Abu Dhabi Championship.
Three shots down, Ireland’s Lowry produced a 66 in the third round to move to 13 under.
Australian Lee also hit 66 with seven birdies and a bogey.
Italy’s Molinari birdied on the second and third holes but bogeyed on the fifth, before landing two shots for a 69 alongside Lowry and Lee.
Lowry is aiming to become a two-time winner of this event after winning the title in 2019 and his third round included a holey eagle from the sixth fairway.
“I had a good number, I had 162 yards and it didn’t seem like there was much wind at the time, it was just a good eight iron,” the 35-year-old said.
“I was just trying to cut him off the flag but I hit him straight. Once he bounced back it was a ‘Brucie Bonus’ because I had given myself a few chances early on and I didn’t hadn’t really drilled much.
“First tournament of the year, you don’t know what’s going to happen. My thing would be to try to give myself as many chances to win as possible and at some point I hope that happens.
“Tomorrow I have the chance to go out there and do something special, so hopefully I can bring the game that I’ve brought over the last few days and make a few putts as well and you never know.”
Scotland’s Grant Forrest, France’s Victor Perez and Sweden’s Sebastian Soderberg are one stroke off the lead at minus-12.
Three-time major champion Padraig Harrington is part of a group of four, another blow back after notching six successive birdies in a stunning 64.