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I had to stay disciplined, had to stay patient with this place, but I'm thrilled to get back here again next year and see if I can improve," Senden said.
If I could just stay in the moment, I knew I was swinging well enough to give it a shake,'' Senden said.
The week is not yet over for Bjorn, Rock and the other five who lost on the opening day - Swedes Peter Hanson and Robert Karlsson, Senden, Alvaro Quiros and top seed Martin Kaymer, under the revised format.
Senden shot a stunning 63 in Sydney to finish on 12 under and leads compatriot Jason Day by one shot.
Meanwhile, John Senden holed a 25-foot putt at the last hole for a nine-under-par 63 to take the third-round lead in the Australian Open ahead of birthday boy Jason Day, as overnight leader Tiger Woods faltered.
Chalmers was made to sweat in the clubhouse as his compatriot John Senden went close with a 35-foot birdie putt at the 18th that would have forced a playoff but ultimately his total of 13-under was enough to secure the Stonehaven Cup.
LAS VEGAS: Robert Garrigus, Will MacKenzie, Michael Letzig, John Senden and rookie Cameron Tringale shot 7-under 64s on Thursday to share the first-round lead in the Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospital for Children Open, the fourth of five Fall Series events.
Lifto, a former school superintendent now associated with the public education group of a finance and consulting firm, and Senden, who works with school districts to win voter approval for finance proposals, offer a planning model that has been used by districts in the US, for leaders preparing for and conducting school finance elections.
Second-round leader John Senden carded a 71 and is alone in third.
However, at one under he was three adrift of clubhouse leader John Senden and Tom Watson, 59, who won the Open here in 1977.
Spaniard Garcia, out in the day's first match, took an early lead and was never seriously threatened as he cruised to a 3&2 victory over Australian John Senden.
Open, dropped from a tie for fifth into a 10th-place tie with a crazy 68 (that also included two birdies and three bogeys) at 13-under 271, six strokes behind winner John Senden.