Colombia’s Sebastian Munoz holds a one-shot lead going into the ultimate spherical of the US PGA Tour’s John Deere Traditional however he has a number of challengers.
Munoz shot a four-under 67 on the TPC John Deere course in Silvis, Illinois on Saturday to get to 16-under 197.
Ten gamers had been inside three pictures of the lead, all of them understanding what it might take within the closing spherical – birdies. A number of them.
Rain in a single day and extra in the course of the third spherical left the TPC John Deere smooth and susceptible to low scoring, and nearly everybody took benefit.
Munoz led from American Brandon Hagy (67), who remains to be searching for his first PGA Tour victory in his 93rd profession begin.
5 gamers had been two pictures behind, Scott Brown, who had a 63 to match the low rating of the spherical, and fellow Individuals Adam Lengthy (64), Cameron Champ (64), Kevin Na (66) and Ryan Moore (68).
“The fantastic thing about this place is it ain’t over till it is legitimately over,” stated Zach Johnson, a previous Deere winner who had a 67 to be six pictures behind.
“You are going to need to be in assault mode right here,” Brown stated. “Usually, it is no less than 20-under par or a bit of extra. For me, that is one other 7 below for tomorrow should you take a look at it that manner.”
5 of the final six winners of the John Deere Traditional completed at 20 below or higher, the exception being Bryson DeChambeau 4 years in the past when he captured his first PGA Tour title at 18 below.
Rhein Gibson led the Australian contingent after a 68 left him tied twenty ninth at 9 below.
5 of the seven gamers inside two pictures of Munoz will not be but eligible for the British Open subsequent week a Royal St. George’s in England. The main participant from among the many prime 5 will get within the closing main of the 12 months.
Munoz already is eligible, whereas Na has withdrawn due to worldwide journey necessities.