Young Sydneysider Jordan Zunic admitted he was so pumped his two iron flew 270m into the left fairway bunker when there’s no way he could have reached it without the adrenalin of four straight birdies in his veins. In a twinkling, he was signing for a slightly less eye-popping 64 in gusty conditions that still has him three strokes clear heading into trophy day at Royal Pines on the Gold Coast. Jordan Zunic watches his record slip away.Source:Getty Images It was still one of the great rounds of tournament golf in this country and proved you can replace mental gremlins with a moving day blitz with the right advice from a sage Nick O’Hern. A birdie-birdie finish would have given him a 59, just one and he would have matched the great 60 of Ernie Els at Royal Melbourne at the 2004 Heineken Classic. Instead, Zunic (66-69-64) had a bogey-double bogey slip-up from fairway bunkers on the final two holes for his course-record equalling round to give hungry pursuer Cameron Smith (68-67-67) the scent of a breakthrough title. OLD TIMER: Senior stung in $1m Royal Pines prank BLOG: Re-live moving day action from Royal Pines Smith will wear a maroon polo for Sunday’s thrilling final round chase as is his tradition to show home fans this is a Queenslander chasing the biggest event hosted in his state. It will be a volatile Sunday one way or the other with a three-hour advance on tee times to 8am (Qld time) for the leading group to beat storms expected to lash south-east Queensland. Were his final two holes a scar to rattle him in the final round? A hug from Jordan Zunic’s girlfriend and caddy Olivia Marlow eases the pain.Source:Getty Images “What two holes? I just see 16 good holes in my mind, I played 16 unbelievable holes,” Zunic said. After his 66 in the first round, the Wollongong-born Zunic was glowing about the empowering advice he’d taken on board from 2006 Australian PGA champion O’Hern from their pre-tournament practice round together. O’Hern might just sell a mountain of books for the Christmas stockings of headcase golfers worldwide because his counselling, Tour Mentality: Inside the Mind of a Tour Pro, was Zunic’s blueprint for success. Tiger Woods in touch at the