Perez cruises to win in Malaysia

Perez cruises to win in Malaysia

Perez cruises to win in Malaysia

Sung Kang (68) of South Korea, a victor on the Asian Tour, overnight leader Cameron Smith (71) of Australia and Thomas Pieters (67) of Belgium shared the third place on 135 total each to lie four shots back of the lead. "I played really well this weekend".

Meanwhile, Pat Perez of the United States fired a superb seven-under 65 to hold a one-stroke lead over compatriot Xander Schauffele. "You know, with the way Pat is playing, I don't know if he can be caught or not". I'm going to go out and try to hit a little better, make some putts and we'll see what happens.

"I hit it pretty solid again today".

The American veteran picked up three birdies in a solid outward 33 before adding two more at 10 and 12, although he opened the door for the chasing pack with his mistake at the 13th, just his second dropped shot of the tournament.

He seemed surprised by the turn in fortunes so late in his career, describing himself as a "late bloomer", but vowed he would not change his lifestyle.

"I've really come to really like Kuala Lumpur", Bradley said. "I'm still not going to workout".

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"I was definitely low on gas. It's working so far", said the 23-year-old, who lifted his first Asian Tour title at the Mercuries Taiwan Masters early this month.

The 24-year-old American had a breakthrough season in 2016-17, racking up five wins including his maiden major victory.

Perez gets the $1.26 million prize purse and 500 FedEX Cup points for his win.

Other favorites at the CIMB also fared poorly, with Japan's Hideki Matsuyama finishing tied for fifth and India's Anirban Lahiri tied for 10th.

It was the American's third victory in the PGA Tour after claiming his first title at the 2009 Bob Hope Classic and the OHL Classic in Mexico last November.

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