Jon Rahm of Spain and Hideto Tanihara of Japan were tied for second. Rahm had a 67, and Tanihara shot 68. "Rahm is a great player," Bezuidenhout said. "He's a legend in Spain so it will be quite an experience tomorrow. I haven't played with him yet so I'm looking forward to the challenge."
Tournament host Sergio Garcia was eight shots off the lead after a 73.
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