Like Dodt, his position on the leaderboard is not indicative of the distance to the leader but Micheluzzi knows his only option is to go low again on Sunday. “Win, lose, whatever, all I want to do is shoot four, five-under tomorrow,” Micheluzzi said. “If a few more putts go in, hopefully in the low 60s, but I just want to stick to my game plan. “That’s the biggest goal I want to achieve this week. Obviously the result does matter, but for me internally, the process and all that stuff is much more important. “The last couple of tournaments I just haven’t putted that great and the ball striking’s been good. This week’s been great with both the things.”
When you're hot you're hot! @DavidMicheluzzi knocks this one close for birdie to go to 9-under and be in outright 4th position@Fortinet @visitbrisbane @Visitqueensland @WPGATour #AusPGA #AusWPGA #thisisqueensland #thisisbrisbane #visitbrisbane #brisbaneanyday pic.twitter.com/B6dc8B1lBX— #AusPGA | PGA of Australia (@PGAofAustralia) January 15, 2022
Another Royal Queensland member in Jake McLeod (67) is in fourth spot at nine-under par followed by reigning Australian Amateur champion Louis Dobbelaar (70) with Cameron John (67) and Daniel Gale (68) sharing sixth spot at seven-under. Headline act Min Woo Lee shot two-under 69 on Saturday to be six-under and tied for eighth with one round to play.
Fair to say that would’ve brought the house down! @Minwoo27Lee nearly aces the @TaylorMadeGolf Party Hole!@Fortinet @visitbrisbane @Visitqueensland @WPGATour #AusPGA #AusWPGA #thisisqueensland #thisisbrisbane #visitbrisbane #brisbaneanyday pic.twitter.com/dO1YFV0tXr— #AusPGA | PGA of Australia (@PGAofAustralia) January 15, 2022