England’s Justin Rose shot a 6-under 65 on Saturday and leads Henrik Stenson of Sweden by one stroke after 54 holes in the men’s competition of Olympic golf.
Despite carding four birdies and two eagles on his round, it may have been a 6 foot par on the 18th hole that was Rose’s most clutch.
The ball hit the right side edge of the hole, and did a little spin around, before plunking in for a par. After it dropped, Rose let out some relief and did a little re-enactment of the ball with some swirling of the knees.
The final pairing on Sunday will be Rose, Stenson, and round two leader Marcus Fraser who is at 9-under, three shots back of Rose.