The Norwegian duo composed of Viktor Hovland and Kris Ventura maintained their top spot, but this is another American duo, which includes Came Cameron Champ and Tony Finau, who accompanied them to the top of the Zurich Classics list in New Orleans.
On the second day of the event, the team used the “alternating shot” format, and on Thursday the “best shot” format.
Of the two co-leaders, the champion and Finao performed better the next day. They cut four punches due to four birdies and a dummy. For them, the Norwegian hit the white object again and also wedged five birds, but committed a double worm.
The priority of these two pairs of lines is higher than the other two pairs of lines.
As for the Canadians, Michael Grigic and David Hearn, accompanied by Americans Vincent Wheli and Zach Sucher, avoided the chopper in one go. Their total score was 138 points (-6). ).
For them, Nick Taylor and Roger Sloan, who were in the same group as Scottish Martin Laird and Australian Aaron Badley, will not be on the weekend tour.
American Jessica Korda is still sitting on top of the Hugel-Air Premia Open in Los Angeles, but in the third round on Friday, her lead was like snow in the sun. The same melted.
The player who led most of the games was even two shots behind and two shots behind, but she ended the game with two birdies in a row, while South Korean player Kim Yong Ko, who temporarily occupied the top spot, lost 18th. Come. Pennant.
Korda has six little birds and commits three bugs in one day at the same time. With accumulated 197 (-16), she will serve with KB priority at the beginning of the last day.
The latter stopped an impressive nine birdies in the third round, but she also hit four more strokes than usual.
As far as she is concerned, Canada’s Brooke M. Henderson will start the final round between the leaders, and she is four shots behind Korda. The Maple Leaf representative ranked third in the standings, had a poor start, and committed a double bug on the sixth hole. However, she subsequently recovered six birdies.