Adam Scott advances in the Australian PGA Championship at the Royal Automobile Club of Victoria, Royal Pines Golf Course, to lead the tournament after a windy third round. Adam Scott / Getty Adam managed an even par round of 71 to stay at -10 under par on the very windy Royal Pines Golf Course on Saturday, and holds a three shot lead going into the final round tomorrow. Adam admitted it was a tough day, for everyone; "I think it was a grind for everyone, I didn't see too many good scores out there. I just tried to play a little better on the back nine, and took advantage of the par fives. Later in the day when the wind picks up, it's a bit of a luck of the draw coming into the greens low and at slow speed. I've improved my spot just slightly. I would have taken that score at this stage of the tournament." Rickie Fowler and David McKenzie were tied for second spot at -7 under par for the tournament. Rickie had an even par 71, and will play alongside Adam in the final twosome Sunday. David struggled a bit and shot a +1 over par 72. Rickie would love to play from the fairways tomorrow, after struggling today off the tee; "Tomorrow, I'd like to play on the fairways a little bit more, I haven't been able to get the balls as close as I'd like. If the breeze stays up, it will be tough. The fairways aren't too generous, but I'm looking forward to play with Adam, he's a great guy and fun to play with."