HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C. – Stewart Cink is having a great time playing at the RBC Heritage with his son, Reagan, as his caddie.
He's winning, too.
The 47-year-old Cink, closer to the Champions Tour than his PGA prime, maintained a five-shot lead and set another scoring mark at Harbour Town Golf Links on Saturday, moving closer to his third career win at this event.
Cink is reveling in his time with Reagan, chatting away like long-lost best friends as they walk down fairways and between holes.
Doesn't seem like he is feeling much pressure as he heads into the final round with a big lead.
“I think it's a lot better to embrace it, enjoy it and feel the tingle," of a Sunday with victory in reach, Stewart Cink said, “instead of trying to pretend it's not there.”
Cink cooled off from his pace in the first two rounds, when he shot a pair of 63s for his lowest career 36-hole score and shattered the event’s halfway scoring mark shared by Jack Nicklaus and Phil Mickelson.
This time, Cink scrambled his way to a 2-under 69 to get to 18-under 195, also a tournament mark for lowest 54-hole score. The record had been held by Justin Leonard at 16-under 197 in 2002.