LAKE ORION, Mich. -- Bernhard Langer is playing so well at the U.S. Senior Open that even his competitors are asking for help.
Langer shot a 6-under 64 on Saturday, the best round of the tournament, and leads five golfers by four shots going into Sunday's final round at Indianwood Golf and Country Club.
During Langer's post-round press conference, the microphone was taken by someone who didn't have a media credential.
"Excuse me, but can you tell me how to get nine birdies out there?" asked Corey Pavin, one of the golfers trying to catch Langer.
Pavin actually knew the answer.
"The obvious answer is that he hit nine greens in regulation and one-putted," Pavin said during his own press conference. "But that shows you just how precise Bernhard is on the course. When he gets things going, he's going to hit his irons close and he's going to make putts. There's other guys out here who can do that, but not many."
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