Quiros ahead of Oosthuizen by one

DOHA, Qatar -- Alvaro Quiros of Spain had eight birdies for an 8-under 64 Saturday, leading South Africa's Louis Oosthuizen by one stroke after the third round of the Qatar Masters.

Quiros, who made five birdies on the front nine, totaled 16-under 200 at Doha Golf Course.

"I have been telling people that I am not just a long hitter," Quiros said. "It has been a lucky week for me. I could see this score coming. I can't even remember when was the last time I won."

Oosthuizen, who led by three strokes following the second round, was second after a 69. Maarten Lafeber of the Netherlands (66) and Henrik Stenson of Sweden (66) were four strokes behind Quiros.

"I started well, but then fell asleep on the fifth green when I made a four-putt. It was a mental error, lost my
concentration," Oosthuizen said. "In a way I think one behind is a good spot. Three or four
ahead, everyone really is thinking you have to win. One behind is nice and I'm happy with that."

Andrew Coltart of Scotland (70) was five shots off the pace, and Spanish pair Sergio Garcia (67) and Miguel Angel Jimenez (70) were in a group that was six shots behind.

Garcia had a bogey on the last hole.

"It is disappointing because I hit such a good tee shot on the last and just got a bit of a mud ball," Garcia said. "Hit a good second. The ball just went exactly the opposite way I wanted to go. It is one of those things."

Information from Reuters and The Associated Press was used in this report.