- Scott Savours Third Victory at Barclays Singapore Open
- Third win for Scott at Barclays Singapore Open
- Impressive Kang finishes top Asian
- Scott to continue Barclays Singapore Open battle on Monday
- Monday finish for Barclays Singapore Open
- Boxing clever during rain break
- Kang Makes a Bang
- Yang’s Houdini act
- Scott A favourite at 'Green' Singapore Open
- Scott Stays In The Hunt at Barclays Singapore Open
- Mickelson Falls Away In Third Round
- Family man Singh in the frame
- Rankings boost for "Asia’s Major"
- Scott Storms Ahead at Barclays Singapore Open
- Morning delight for Barr, Karlberg
- Talk about horses for courses
- President Clinton visits Singapore for Barclays Forum
- Garrido Flirts With Fabled 59
- Kim Seizes His Opportunity
- Young Guns Kim and Wood Take Clubhouse Lead
- Rain delay offers Yang breathing space
- Tweeting with the stars
- Mickelson Hopes to Get Things Right
- Oh, what an experience
- Bright Future for Noh, says Yang
- Groups to follow in the opening rounds
- White-Hot Poulter
- Magical Molinari Seeks Asian Double
- History Maker Atwal Relishing Return to Singapore
- Colourful Poulter Back For Title Defence at Barclays Singapore Open
- Singh, Liang Relish Return to Happy Hunting Ground
- High-flying McDowell Joins 2010 Major Winners at Barclays Singapore Open
- Million Dollar Increase for Star Studded Barclays Singapore Open
- Barclays Extend Sponsorship
- Poulter Powers to Victory
- McDowell Banking on Barclays
- Poulter, Ichihara and Levet Lead
- Harrington Heaps Praise
- Daniel's Day at Sentosa
- Poulter in Position
- Padraig and Ernie Aim for Top Spot
McDowell Banking on Barclays
Sentosa, November 1: Graeme McDowell is hoping to complete a Barclays double in today's final round at Sentosa Golf Club.
The Ulsterman won the 2008 Barclays Scottish Open and moved into contention for the US$5 million Barclays Singapore Open with a four-under-par 67 in the third round which was completed on Sunday morning.
He lies a shot behind colourful Englisham Ian Poulter who recovered from a disastrous six holes on Saturday with four birdies against two bogeys when the rain-hit third round resumed on Sunday for a 72 and an 11 under total of 202.
"I would love to win another Barclays tournament," said McDowell. "Hopefully they are a lucky omen for me.
"It is a pretty bunched field out there, Poults (Poulter) is playing well but it's not just him to worry about. I think there is a score out there – there are 65s and 66s to be had so anyone within four or five shots can make a move."
Australia's Adam Scott, winner of the Barclays Singapore Open in 2005 and 2006, also surged up the leaderboard on Sunday.
Scott, who has endured a lean spell during which his world ranking has plummeted to number 76, had five birdies in a sizzling back nine for a 65. He is in joint 11th spot, six strokes behind Poulter.
Spain's Rafael Cabrera Bello had a Sunday morning to forget after being disqualified for signing for a wrong score on the seventh hole, his 16th of the day. He took a five but signed for a six.