Despite heading into Sunday in the leading group alongside World No. 23 Brandt Snedeker, Gareth Paddison is calm, vowing to enjoy the day and focus on his own game
In the second round Paddison shot an outright course record 8-under 64 and now he finds himself in the marquee grouping on the final day of the Fiji International.
In a situation where most would feel the pressure, Paddison is determined not to get ahead of himself. He talks with Jarrod Lyle about the week so far and the 18 holes left to play.
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What's on this week / 26th October - 1st November 2016
Find out what's on in the world of golf and which Aussies are in action this week.
Olympic duo to play the Australian PGA Championship
Queenslander Scott Hend and Victorian Marcus Fraser proudly wore green and gold at the Rio Olympics and will compete at the Australian PGA Championshi...
Japan Golf Tour
Jones takes top honours in Japan
Brendan Jones' resurgence continues after almost two years dealing with a wrist injury, the 41-year-old taking top Australian honours at this week's B...