Fort Ward, Texas – Did you want live sports in the end?
You got it.
The first three rounds of the Colonial Country Club’s Charles Schwab Challenge attracted both players just as much for the three-month COVID-19 layout and gave golf fans everything they lost.
Sunday’s final round is almost certain to thank Drama for Saturday’s shootout, leaving 13 players with three shots in the lead in the 13-under Gender Sheffield lead.
“Everyone who came out of segregation wanted it, and the next three weeks are going to show [it], ”Said Chaufel.
Chaufel followed the first two days on Saturday with 655 and another with John. He led U.S. Open champions Gary Woodland, Justin Thomas, Brandon Grace, Colin Marikawa and Jordan Spieth with one shot each. These five equals 12-under
Daniel Burger, who has quietly continued to equalize or go down 227 consecutive rounds, shot the third round 67 67 and is 11-under, with 36-hole leader Harold Werner tied for third.
Patrick Reed showed the way very quickly, posting a 7-under-par 63 to climb on board to go 10-under. He has teamed up with Mexican Abraham Anjar, Canadian Corey Connors, Englishman Justin Rose, Irishman Rory McIlroy and American Bryson Dichambue.
“You get a field like this, it definitely has a great feeling,” Woodland said. “You’ve got a lot of top players in the world and everyone is playing well. I think everyone is interested in getting out of here.
“Adrenaline was definitely a bit more advanced today than it was in the first two days. I hope something more tomorrow. You’ve got a great leaderboard, a great field and a great golf course and a great tournament, so it should be fun. “
“It’s kind of weird to have no fans there because of the controversy over the PGA Tour on Saturday afternoon,” McIlroy said.
“The first two days were pretty good, but of course it’s weird today,” he said [Sunday] It will feel weird, especially with lead and a lot of people around it. “
Thomas said he added that the week was “really a little more competitive than I thought. I thought it would be very odd. I was hoping to win this tournament and see how I feel about where I am.” Opportunity has come, but it’s going to be different, especially if you have the lead, the last two holes will come either if you’re trying to chase someone or if you lead.
“It will be interesting to see how adrenaline plays a role. But I hope that opportunity is in anticipation. “
A reed started on Saturday and the fireworks continued.
Reid said, “I needed to do it today. I thought I did a lot of things in the first two days, but I just made a lot of negligent mistakes, so I was trying to clear it up, and I thought I was in it.” I did a good job and just gave myself a chance with my potter. ”
Reid, who is a 10-under equalizer in his last 27 holes, may be the most popular player to enter Sunday’s final round.
“I just needed to keep going,” he said [Friday] That kind of work on the swing allowed me to hit it closer and make a bit of a put, and I kind of came up with it today. “
Asked what he expects from Sunday and how far anyone can go to win, Reed said: “It all depends on what Texas decides with the wind. If it starts to explode a little, starts to spin, you never know what the lead is, I think it will be about five or six behind. You would think that someone would have to go. “