Justin Rose and Marc Warren share the lead going into the final round of the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open after a day of low scoring at Royal Aberdeen.
Rose felt he had lost his game somewhere over the Atlantic when he arrived in Scotland on Wednesday.
Four days later the former US Open Champion will take a share of the lead with Scotland's Warren into the final round after a superb third round of 66.
Rose, who won the Quicken Loans National a fortnight ago, said: "I came here on Wednesday and felt absolutely horrendous but the last couple of days I have been finding my feet again and that's part of the reason for playing here.
"Today and my second round at Congressional are two of the best rounds I have played all year. I'm really happy with the way the game has progressed throughout the week.
"It would be great to win tomorrow. I'm on a nice run at the moment and to keep it going would be fantastic. I'm still really enjoying the links golf and I think that's what I came here to do, just keep playing the game and keep trying to work out the shots.
"But obviously there will come a point tomorrow where you have to win a golf tournament. I'm looking forward to it. I said at the beginning of the week, just to be in contention this week and sharpening your skills under pressure will be a fantastic opportunity going into the Open next week."
Rose was in danger of falling off the pace when he managed just one birdie on the front nine, which was again playing the easiest part of the course due to the direction of the wind.
But the 33 year old then carded a hat-trick of birdies from the tenth and recovered from his only bogey of the day on the 14th with two more on the 15th and 16th for a back nine of 31, the lowest of the day.
"I fell asleep on my second shot to 14 after a perfect drive and made bogey there but gave myself a good talking to on the 15th," added Rose, who admitted a victory at Royal Aberdeen would continue his habit of winning on tough courses.
"It would definitely hold its own amongst the courses I have won on. That's definitely been my M.O. recently; of the tournaments I've managed to win they have all been on pretty stout tests. I'd take pride in winning on a links course for sure."