Rain ruins Oosthuizen parade
Louis Oosthuizen has a one shot lead in the Maybank Malaysian Open, despite completing just ten holes of his third round.
The South African, who lost in a play-off to Bubba Watson at the Masters last weekend, is looking to put his disappointment in Augusta behind him by concentrating on claiming a title in the Far East. The 2010 Open champion had just made back-to-back birdies to move onto 13-under after ten holes when the hooter sounded to bring an end to the day's play due to a storm. It's the second time Oosthuizen has had his round interrupted by the weather after returning early on Saturday to complete his second round after a torrential downpour on Friday. Despite the interruptions, Oosthuizen remains focused on winning the European Tour event and is feeling good about his game. "It's a tough week but it was always going to be the case this week," Oosthuizen said. "None of that will matter if I can win tomorrow. "My swing feels really good and when you are playing like this you really want to get a win because it just boosts the confidence so much, and it's a good time of year to do that." Scotland's Stephen Gallacher looks like being his closest challenger heading into the final round after he moved to within one shot of the leader after 11 holes. Spaniard Rafael Cabrera-Bello, England's Danny Willett and David Lipsky of the United States share third place, three shots off the pace.