US Open

Schwartzel stays in the hunt

2013-06-16 13:05
Charl Schwartzel (AP Photo)

Merion - Dwelling on disappointment was not on Charl Schwartzel's agenda after he ended a tumultuous US Open third round with consecutive bogeys to drop back into a three-way tie for second on Saturday.

"Whenever you shoot an under par on Saturday at the US Open, you can't be too disappointed," the 28-year-old South African told reporters after mixing four birdies with three bogeys on a hot, breezy afternoon at Merion.

"But if you're tied or leading and you play those few in level, you would be pretty unlucky not to win."


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