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Roundup: First win in sight for Kaye

by corthing    Jun 19, 2012, 1:31 AM

Suspended for two months and placed on probation for the season after a confrontation with a security guard, Kaye shot a 5-under 65 Saturday to put himself in position for a breakthrough victory.

“It would give me a little job security. That’s for sure,” said Kaye, winless in six full seasons on the PGA Tour. “It would be a dream come true to win on the tour. That’s what everybody wants to do, establish themselves and gain the respect of their peers.”

That respect won’t come easily after his costly tantrum last year at the Michelob Championship.

With security heightened a month after the Sept. 11 attacks, the guard stopped Kaye from entering the locker room without his tour money clip, which doubles as an identification badge. He then returned with the clip attached to the zipper of his pants.

He had a 13-under 197 total on the TPC at River Highlands to take a one-stroke lead over Scott Verplank into the final round.

Verplank birdied six straight holes on the back nine for a 63. Scott Hoch was two strokes back at 11 under after a 66, and Davis Love III’s 68 put him at 10 under.

Phil Mickelson played the last three holes in 3 over for a 66, leaving the defending champion five strokes back at 8 under along with Steve Pate (66), Jim Carter (66) and Hidemichi Tanaka (6Cool.

Kim opens 5-shot lead– Mi Hyun Kim shot her second straight 5-under-par 67 to take sole possession of the lead after three rounds at the LPGA Rochester International in Pittsford, N.Y.

Kim’s third straight round in the 60s put her at 13-under 203, five shots ahead of Australia’s Karrie Webb, who rallied with birdies on her final three holes to finish with her second straight 72 and a 208 total.

Defending champion Laura Davies, who had a 69, was another shot back and Juli Inkster was alone in fourth at 210 after a solid 67.

Snead cards 64– J.C. Snead shot a course record 8-under 64, making an eagle and seven birdies to surge into a tie with Rodger Davis for the second-round lead in the Greater Baltimore Classic at Hunt Valley, Md.

Snead, vying for his first win on the senior tour since 1995, chipped in from 20 feet for a birdie on the 18th hole to cap his finest round of the year and set a record for the low score at the six-year-old Hayfields Country Club course.
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