Saturday, January 15, 2005

Shigeki Maruyama Recovers to Lead on 3rd Day

Shigeki started his third round with a double bogey. The lead zig zagged back and forth a time or two with Shigeki's final birdie on the 18th bringing him to a 2 under, 68, to lead the field into the final round in The Sony Open at Waialae Country Club in Honolulu, Hawaii.

THE shot of the day came on the 4th hole with Shigeki Maruyama's Ace, bringing his career total to four.

Musey's Shot of the Day, however, goes to Vijay Singh's sand trap "chip to the lip" groaner on the 16th. Vijay's only bogey in this round.

A set-up do-over to show us at home how it's done by Hank Haney awhile later found the cup. Kurplunk! A blink causing honorable mention to Hank.

Yeah, Yeah, I know I said show me the players give Hank is own show last week. Well, a Muse is allowed to change her mind from time to time. It's part of my charm don't you know.

Low rounds of 64 were fired by Charles Howell III and Larry Mize, who is playing on a sponsors exemption, ended his round tied for fourth, with Charles coming in tied for sixth.

Best Dressed for his snappy, Hawaiian sky-blue, shirt with those interestingly placed stripe details topping cool white slacks goes to the man with the smile Shigeki Maruyama.

A leaderboard packed with talent, within 5 shots of the lead, going into Sunday's final round will make this a real zinger to watch.



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