Shubhankar Sharma, 21, from India, holed a 15-foot par putt on the 18th hole at Chapultepec Golf Club for a 2-under 69, giving him a 2-shot lead going into the final round of the Mexico Championship.

Phil Mickelson played bogey-free for a 65 and will be in the final group for the first time since the British Open two years ago.

Joining them will be Tyrrell Hatton of England, who went out in 30 and finished off a 64.

Sharma was at 13-under 200.

Masters champion Sergio Garcia and Rafa Cabrera Bello each had a 69 and were in the group at 11-under 202.

Another shot back was Dustin Johnson, the No. 1 player in the world and defending champion, who managed a 68 despite playing the par 5s on the back nine in 1 over.

Sharma had made bogey on No. 13 to fall into a share of the lead with Pat Perez.

And while he bounced back with a birdie on the 14th, Sharma missed a 5-foot birdie chance on the 15th, misjudged the distance on his approach and made bogey on the 16th and was facing another bogey on the 18th when a gust knocked his ball into the bunker.

LPGA Tour

Florida teenager Nelly Korda shot a third-round 7-under 65 Saturday to take a 1-stroke lead at the LPGA Tour’s Women’s World Championship after Danielle Kang made her first bogeys of the tournament to slip back into second place.

Korda had eight birdies and one bogey as she finished on 15-under 201 heading into the final round at the Sentosa Golf Club.

Kang started the day leading by 4 strokes and finished trailing Korda by 1 after a 70. She dropped her first shot of the tournament on the 15th after going 50 holes without making a bogey, then made another mistake on 18.

Korda made three birdies in a row from the sixth to turn in 33 then made five more on the back nine.

She dropped her only stroke at the par-4 12th but joined Kang in the lead when she scrambled for a par at the 14th after overshooting the green, then she took the outright lead when she birdied the 16th.

Kang birdied the 17th to draw level with Korda at 15 under. But she gave it back when she bogeyed the last.

European Tour

George Coetzee opened a 2-shot lead heading into the final round of the Tshwane Open after a 3-under 68 Saturday.

The overnight leader fired five birdies and two bogeys in his home city — and on the course where he’s a member — to move to 14 under overall. Mikko Korhonen and Sam Horsfield are tied for second.

Korhonen kept up the pressure with a 69 at Pretoria Country Club to go 12 under.

Horsfield shot up the leaderboard with a 7-under 64 that started with four straight birdies.

Champions Tour

Steve Stricker lost the Cologuard Classic lead Saturday when he drove into the water on the par-5 18th in a closing double bogey.

Stricker ended up with a 3-under 70, leaving him a stroke behind Tommy Tolles with a round left on Omni Tucson National’s Catalina Course.

Tolles bogeyed the 18th for a 70 after following Stricker into the water.

Stricker also hit into the water on the par-3 fourth for a double bogey.

The 12-time PGA Tour winner tied for second two weeks ago in Florida in the Chubb Classic, his fifth top-three finish in seven career senior starts.

The 50-year-old Tolles, making his eighth start on the senior tour, had an 11-under 135 total.

Scott Dunlap, tied for the first-round lead with Tolles, was tied with Stricker at 10 under after a 71. Dunlap,

Tolles and Stricker will play in a threesome Sunday for the second straight day.