Mike Wallace of England and Jordan Spieth of the United States tied for second place after 36 holes. They each scored 67 (-5) at the Valerod State Open in San Antonio on Saturday. Now they are leading together, accumulating 204 (-5) -12).
On the third day of the event, the latter continued his incredible climb. After hitting the white object 75 (+3) times in the first round, the 44-year-old veteran handed him cards 66 (-6) and 65 (-7).
After two rounds of leader Cameron Tringale (Cameron Tringale) fell three places. He is four shots behind the co-leader.
For Canadians, Corey Conners had the same life as Wallace and Spieth. This makes him jump 27 places in the standings. He is ranked 17th and 8th.
Maple Leaf’s other two representatives, Adam Hardwin and Nick Taylor, fell in the standings. Despite his subpar results, Hardwin (214, -2) has fallen three places and now ranks 26th. Taylor (217, +1) was in 55th place and he was two shots above par.
On the LPGA side, Patty Tavatanakit played the third round of the ANA Inspiration in Rancho Mirage, California, and surrendered another good card of 67 (-5).
The Thai is expected to win the first Grand Slam of the season with an almost impeccable performance. She is also the only golfer to complete three rounds in less than 70.
Tavatanakit hits 202 times in total, five shots ahead of Ally Ewing of the United States and Mirim Lee of South Korea, ranking second. Last Saturday, he played 66 (-6) in the first game and 68 (-4) in the second game.
Canada’s Brooke M. Henderson had a lot of trouble at the Mission Hills Country Club, but the third round was her best result. The 23-year-old man manipulated five birdies and drove an off-road vehicle, winning 68 (-4) in the race.
She tied for 17th with -4 and is the only Maple Leaf representative still in the Rancho Mirage game.