Schwartzel on course for successive victories after opening up 10-shot lead
15:48 GMT, 15 December 2012
Out in front: Charl Schwartzel
Charl Schwartzel, an 11-shot winner in Thailand last weekend, takes a 10-stroke lead into the final round of the Alfred Dunhill Championship in his native South Africa tomorrow.
But if the week is belonging to the 28-year-old from Johannesburg then the 192-yard 12th at Leopard Creek is compatriot Keith Horne's property – incredibly, he holed-in-one for the second day running.
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Sealed with a kiss: Keith Horne of is presented with a BMW after his second hole-in-one
'I just want to keep playing with no expectations. Tee it up, hit the ball down the fairway, hit it on the green, make the putt and see where it leads me.
'In the back of your mind you know what you want to achieve. We all want to win golf tournaments, but I can't be thinking about wanting to win because that's not how I'm actually going to win.
'I have to just stay right where I am and plod along. If I play the best I'll win – that's the way I see it.'