VIRGINIA WATER, England -- Angel Cabrera of Argentina shot a 4-under-par 68 Saturday for a one-stroke lead over Justin Rose of England and three others after three rounds of the Volvo PGA Championship.
Cabrera was at 12-under 204. Rose, the second-round leader, shot a 72 and was at 205 with Sweden's Joakim Haeggman (70), South Africa's Darren Fichardt (68) and Scotland's Scott Drummond (68).
Darren Clarke is at 206 after a 71, with Ernie Els, Nick Faldo and Thomas Bjorn at 207. Vijay Singh was at 210 following a 71.
Cabrera, who is recovering from the flu, shot consecutive birdies and an eagle from the 10th to the 12th holes. The eagle came on a drive and 7-iron to 15 feet.
"I feel very comfortable on this golf course," he said. "To win would be a big step forward in my golfing career."
Rose had a first-round 67 and second-round 66. He felt he struck the ball better Saturday, though.
"It just comes purely down to the putter," he said. "I didn't take my chances today, simple as that."
Drummond, who is ranked 435th, graduated from the Challenge Tour last year. He was a reserve for this tournament and found out only Wednesday he was playing.
"I'm fortunate to be here, and I'm trying to make the most of it," said Drummond, who turned 30 on Saturday.