Golf: Price shares lead with 66: Joint leader overcomes domestic distractions

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NICK PRICE scored a five-under-par 66 to share the lead with Fuzzy Zoeller after the third round of the Memphis Classic, despite the fact that his wife, Sue, is expecting their second child at any moment.

The Zimbabwean has his private jet ready to take him back home to Florida and said he would probably miss the final round if his wife goes into labour.

That would help the American Zoeller, who continued his best year since 1986 with a bogey-free 65 at the Southwind Tournament Players' Club.

The pair ended the day at 13 under par on 200, two strokes clear of the Americans Gil Morgan, Fred Funk and Rick Fehr.

The leader at the half-way stage, Jeff Maggert, shot 71 to slip three shots behind.