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Adam Scott finally stopped thinking about his putting and he has been rewarded for a carefree attitude in the opening US PGA Tour Playoff event.Starting the day seven off the pace, Scott fired a six-under-65 at Bethpage Black to rocket to seven under and into third place for The Barclays.The Queenslander trails American Rickie Fowler (68) by two and sits one back of second placed Patrick Reed (71).World No.1 and defending champion Jason Day is four shots off the lead at five under and tied sixth after a round of 70.Scott started his hot round by holing out for eagle from 95 yards and added six birdies with just two bogeys.After two rounds of fruitless putting, coming off the back of a few months of the same, Scott finally broke the shackles.He made just 30 feet of total putts in the opening round and 58 feet in round two but come Saturday he dropped in a whopping 150 feet of putts.I just really tried to clear my mind, Scott said.When youre not making them and they are always a little bit short, you start thinking about too many things and stroke and line, feel, speed, all this kind of stuff.I just thought, forget about it all and just go with instinct.It was good to just simply forget about everything with the putting, technical and feel and anything, and just kind of look and stroke and not care where it went.For that to be the answer, is nice, because I dont think theres any major issues.Scott will attempt to keep the roll going tomorrow as he chases a third win of the year and 14th US PGA Tour title.If I could finish the year off the way I started, it would salvage some of the disappointment of not really contending in the majors this year, he added.Day, the defending champion, was left to rue another round of wild driving.He hit just three fairways and with 14 through three rounds he ranks last in the field for driving accuracy.If I can find my golf ball, I might have a good chance at winning the tournament. Today I just had no clue where it was going, Day said.?I was missing both left and right. The biggest thing for me was to try to commit to a golf shot.I was standing over there going, just get it down there somewhere instead of committing to a target, committing to a shot and hitting it.I think if I can have a decent shot at hitting fairways tomorrow, I might give myself an opportunity.Day and Scott are looking to become the first Australian in the 10-year history of the playoffs to win it all at next months Tour Championship, including the $US10million bonus.John Senden, who faces elimination from the playoffs if he doesnt perform well, put his future on the line Sunday after a tough 75 left him tied for 55th.He is on the elimination bubble. Nike Free RN Mujer Negras . He said Tuesday thats a big reason why he is now the new coach of the Tennessee Titans. Whisenhunt said he hit it off quickly with Ruston Webster when interviewing for the job Friday night. 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LOUIS -- Lance Lynn knew from the first pitch on Thursday that his recent struggles were over for at least one game. The St. Louis right-hander bounced back from a frustrating stretch to allow one run over seven innings and the Cardinals scored three times in the third inning of a 3-1 win over the Philadelphia Phillies. Matt Carpenter, Jon Jay and Matt Adams drove in runs for the Cardinals, who have won seven of nine. Philadelphia has lost five in a row, tying a season high. The Phillies also dropped five straight from June 7-12. St. Louis, which swept the three-game set, has the most wins in the majors at 62 and is a season-high 25 games over .500. Lynn (12-5) had dropped four of his previous five decisions and was 3-4 with a 6.32 ERA in his past eight starts. "I knew I had to be a lot better than I had been," Lynn said. "It was bad." Lynn came out against the Phillies with an aggressive mindset, which paid immediate dividends. He realized quickly that he had rediscovered his early season groove. "I had good stuff early on and I could feel it," Lynn said. "I knew I had it from the get-go. I was able to attack with my fastball and able to get into a rhythm." Lynn, who was 8-1 with a 2.76 ERA in his first 12 starts, gave up just five hits against the slumping Phillies, who have scored just nine runs during the five-game skid. He struck out six and walked four. Lynns turnaround came at a perfect time. St. Louis is set to embark on an 11-game road swing beginning Friday in Atlanta. Lynn, whose last win came on July 7, retired eight batters in a row from the fourth through seventh innings. He set the side down in order in the fifth and sixth on a combined 23 pitches. "Thats what weve been hoping to see," St. Louis manager Mike Matheny said. "He kept his focus and he still maintained his energy. He had impressive depth to his sinker." Closer Edward Mujica picked up his 30th save in 32 opportunities. He struck out two and is tied with Pittsburghs Jason Grilli for the most saves in the NL. Trevor Rosenthal pitched a scoreless eighth for the Cardinals. Mujica, who converted his first 21 save opportunities this season, needed to 14 pitches to nail down the victory. "At thhe beginning of the season, they gave me the ball in the seventh inning," Mujica said.dddddddddddd "I never thought about being a closer. This is unbelievable for me." St. Louis scored three times on four hits off Philadelphia starter Kyle Kendrick (9-7) in the third. Carpenter drove in Pete Kozma with a one-out single. Jay followed with an RBI triple and Adams added a run-scoring single. St. Louis, which leads Pittsburgh by 2 1/2 games in the NL Central, won five of six games on its homestand. "You show up every day wanting to play and you end up with good results," Carpenter said. "This was a big day for us." Kendrick allowed three runs and five hits over six innings. He gave up just one hit in five of the innings, but the third inning was costly. "One bad inning can lose a game for you," Kendrick said. "It was a quality start, but I had to pitch than that tonight and I didnt do it." Erik Kratz drove in the Phillies run with a single in the fourth. Philadelphia outfielder Steve Susdorf grounded into a double play in the seventh in his major league debut. He was recalled earlier in the day to replace Domonic Brown, who was placed on the seven-day concussion disabled list. The Phillies, who fell to 9-19 against NL Central foes, remain eight games behind Atlanta in the NL East. "At times, we have trouble putting anything on the board," Philadelphia manager Charlie Manuel said. "We got some hits, but we didnt have any real good chances." Notes: St. Louis OF Matt Holliday is expected to come off the disabled list on Saturday. Hollidays wife Leslee gave birth to a son, Reid Joshua, on Wednesday night. Holliday was placed on the 15-day disabled list on July 12 with a right hamstring strain. ... The Cardinals open their lengthy road trip with three in Atlanta. Adam Wainwright (13-5, 2.44) will face Mike Minor (9-5, 2.88) in the opener of a three-game series. Philadelphia begins a three-game series in Detroit on Friday. Cole Hamels (4-12, 4.16) takes on Doug Fister (8-5, 3.90) in the series opener. ... Allen Craig had a nine-game hitting streak snapped Thursday. ... Jimmy Rollins and John Mayberry Jr. had two hits each in the game. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '