Defending Champion Adam Scott has accrued a four shot lead heading in to the final round of the Talisker Masters at Royal Melbourne Golf Club. Adam Scott and caddie Steve Williams / Getty Images Adam shot a third round of -5 under par 66 to sit atop the leaderboard in the Talisker Masters with a tournament total of -14 under par, a four-stroke advantage over the field. It would be hard for him to lose this tournament from this position, a good defense of his title by Adam; “It was a good round out there today for sure, it puts me in really good position for tomorrow. If there’s enough holes with that quality of golf tomorrow, a good score is going to be out there for me. I’m giving myself so many opportunities every round. If I do that, I’m going to make a few of them, and if I make a few of them, it’ll be hard for the others to have enough.” There are four players tied in second place at -10 under par, they are Major winner Vijay Singh, Matthew Griffin, Nick Cullen and rookie Nathan Holman. The round of the day belonged to Vijay, who fired an 8-under par 63 third round on Royal Melbourne’s composite course, which included an Eagle, seven birdies tempered by two bogey's. Vijay said he is feeling good again; "The first nine holes were incredible, I thought I could have birdied every hole. A couple of weeks ago I was in contention so it’s a good feeling. It gets your blood flowing again.” Rookie Nathan enjoyed playing alongside his hero; “It was good to be able to play with Adam and see how he does it. To be playing in front of that many people was pretty special. Being so young and sort of inexperienced, playing with him you always want to know what he’s doing. I found at times I was almost trying to hit the same clubs as him." American Matt Kuchar is alone in sixth place at -9 under par after his third round of -4 under par 67. A special highlight of the day belonged to Scott Strange, who scored a hole-in-one on the par-3 14th hole, which won him a six litre bottle of Wolf Blass Platinum Label Barossa Shiraz 2002, signed by Wolfgang Blass himself.