Major champions Justin Rose and Henrik Stenson look set to battle it out for Olympic gold on the final day of the men's golf competition.
The duo both blew past overnight leader Marcus Fraser in Saturday's third round to ensure an all-star final pairing for Sunday's deciding round at the Rio Olympics golf course.
England's Rose made the day's biggest move, grabbing a one-shot lead on 12 under par courtesy of a superb six-under 65.
After a birdie-bogey start, Rose – who also made a hole-in-one in the first round – fired eagles on the third and fifth holes to rocket up the leaderboard.
Three more birdies and a bogey on the back nine ensured the Englishman finds himself in prime position to claim the gold medal on Sunday.
Standing between him and Olympic glory, however, is Open champion Henrik Stenson, who lies just one shot back after another solid three-under-par 68.
Fraser, meanwhile, finally relinquished the lead he had held since day one after stumbling to a one-over 72. The Australian now finds himself three shots behind Rose, although obviously still very much in position for a medal.
Bubba Watson also made a big move, a string of early birdies helping him to a four-under-par 67 and a six-under-par total.
The American shares the mark with David Lingmerth and Emiliano Grillo – both of whom remain in the hunt for a medal too.
Matt Kuchar and Padraig Harrington are among those on five under, seven shots back.
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Webb Simpson could hardly believe he emerged victorious after a “crazy day” at the RBC Heritage.
The American also won the Phoenix Open in February.
The Englishman shot eight-under 63 on day three of the event at Hilton Head, South Carolina.
McIlroy followed his second-round 65 with a five-under 66 to move to 10 under, three behind early clubhouse leader Joaquin Niemann.
Nick Watney became the first golfer to test positive for since the PGA Tour’s resumption.
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England’s Ian Poulter dropped from a share of the lead to equal-sixth place on Friday.
The PGA said the 39-year-old was exhibiting symptoms of the virus on Friday prior to arriving at Harbour Town Golf Links.