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I'm going to feel it tomorrow, I'm going to be nervous,"

Germany's Stephan Jaeger heads into Saturday's (Sunday in Manila) final round of the PGA Tour's Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines with a one stroke lead ahead of a trio of fellow Europeans.

Jaeger, who shot one-over par 73 on the South Course, sits on 11-under for the tournament with France's Matthieu Pavon and Denmark's Nicolai Hojgaard both a shot back.

Belgian Thomas Detry led going into the 18th hole, but he found water and was left with a double bogey and a round of 73, two strokes behind Jaeger.

The 34-year-old from Munich has yet to taste victory on the PGA Tour. He has six wins on the secondary Korn Ferry Tour but said that won't be much to lean on as he tries to hold on to his lead on Saturday.

"It's great to have some past success, but really that doesn't really get you anything. I'm going to feel it tomorrow, I'm going to be nervous," he said.

"It was nice to kind of get some of that out today, some of those nerves. I felt like for me internally I handled it really well," he added after a round which saw him make five birdies, including on the 18th, but six bogeys.

"Super happy with how mentally kind of attacked the golf course in different places now. I didn't have my best stuff today, so I'd love to putt a little better, hit a little more fairways tomorrow," he said.

Detry paid the price for a cautious approach on the par-5 18th, as he put his third shot on the edge of the green and watched it roll agonizingly down the bank and into the water.

"It's been a very long day. I think we played in 5 hours 45, I had a little bit of mud on the ball, the lie wasn't perfect, light was... it was starting to be dark.

"There [were] a couple of different factors that were not in favor. Obviously, short is a no-go. So we decided to be smart and there we go, I got punched in the face," he said.

"Ive been working on a lot of things mentally as well, and I feel I'm doing everything the right way, and it still seems to happen," he added.

While Detry looked distraught at his misfortune on the final hole, the tournament remained wide open for him and the large chasing pack.

A total of 17 players are within four shots of the lead after what was a grueling, high-scoring day littered with bogeys.

Pavon, who shot an even-par 72 with three bogeys and three pars, managed his round well, finishing with six straight pars and said it had been a struggle.

Hojgaard was close to joining overnight leader Jaeger at the top of the leaderboard but his birdie putt on the last lipped out.
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