A ONE-OVER third round has seen Marc Leishman drop back in the field at the Sony Open in Hawaii.
The 36-year-old fired a round of 71 at Oahu's Waialae Country Club to sit 11 shots behind American leader Brendan Steele, who fired a six-under round of 64.
Fellow Australian Cameron Smith is within touching distance of Steele heading into the final round on Monday Morning.
Leishman, who currently sits in tie for 41st spot at one-under, hit 11 of 18 greens in regulation during his third round. His previous round on Saturday saw him finish with an even-par round of 70.
The PGA Tour and the Internationals President Cup team both donated $US125,000 to help those effected by the Australian bushfires.
The #IntlTeam has announced it will contribute $125,000 of @PresidentsCup charitable funds to bushfire relief in Australia.— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) January 12, 2020
This is in addition to the funds pledged by @MarcLeish and others on TOUR for their birdies and eagles @SonyOpenHawaii. pic.twitter.com/VtZgMipVyO
Leishman said it was "amazing" that they were able to contribute to his fundraising efforts in some way.
"I want to thank the rest of the International Team for their contributions to the cause and I know all of Australia - and particularly the victims - will be very grateful," he told the PGA website.
"These bushfires are an ongoing crisis that continues to cut a devastating path right across Australia so support from the global community is crucial.
"It has been heartening to see the resiliency of the Australian people and to see the firefighters and volunteers from around the world coming together to continue this important fight.
"But the scale of the destruction is huge and it will continue to take a team effort from every corner of the globe as we look to the future.
"The fires are expected to burn through the Australian summer and coming months and the families who lost loved ones, homes and priceless memories will feel the effects for years to come.
"So too will our unique wildlife so all support is greatly appreciated."
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