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Cam Smith holds a slender one-shot lead on fellow Aussie Jason Scrivener who started the day trailing the leader by four strokes.All players have been forced off the course due to dangerous weather conditions, which could be a blessing in disguise for Smith who sits only one under par around nine holes.Smith entered the final round with a three-stroke lead over China’s Yan Wei Liu, but he now sits equal with Min Woo Lee in fourth.Watch the Fortinet Australian PGA Championship LIVE on Kayo. New to Kayo? Start your free trial now >LIVE LEADERBOARD: Click here for the latest standingsThe 29-year-old was frustrated after his third round which included six birdies and four bogies, but still managed to remain two-under the 71 par score.“It’s obviously not what you want … I’d rather be six or seven ahead, but I felt as though I could have done that today really quite easily,” Smith told NCA Newswire.Smith goes THIS close to hole-in-one! | 00:57“It’s just really frustrating. As this course gets firmer and faster, your angles into the greens and stuff like that have to be pretty spot on – that wasn’t quite there.”Scrivener’s previous best major result was an equal 23rd placed finish in the 2021 US PGA, but the 33-year-old is set to blow that record out of the water.Scrivener, who is ranked 222nd in the world, has already hit five birdies in nine holes played on Sunday afternoon, but shot a bogey on the fourth hole, a par three.Coming into the weather delay, Scrivener sits four under par around 11 holes as he attempts to chase down the tournament’s leader.Watch LIVE coverage from The USPGA Tour with Fox Sports on Kayo. New to Kayo? Start your free trial now >Get all the latest golf news, highlights and analysis delivered straight to your inbox with Fox Sports Sportmail. Sign up now!!!Catch all the action below in our live blog, if you can’t see it click here!

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