SEOUL (Reuters) — New Zealander Danny Lee hurled himself into title contention in the country of his birth as he capitalized on Justin Thomas’s final hole error to join the American in the lead Saturday heading into Sunday’s final round of the CJ Cup.
Jim Cilley (Pembroke Pines CC) and Matt Burroughs (Derryfield CC) are one-under par over 36 holes and have a two-shot cushion on the field at the New Hampshire Mid-Amateur Championship at Concord Country Club.
(Reuters) — Frenchman Victor Perez and England’s Matthew Southgate upstaged the big names, jumping two strokes clear after the third round at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship in Scotland on Saturday.
(Reuters) — Colombian Sebastian Munoz gave his bid for a maiden PGA Tour victory a boost as he birdied the 17th hole to earn a one-shot lead after the third round of the Sanderson Farms Championship in Mississippi on Saturday.
Tom Hoge came out hot and finished strong Thursday, firing an 8-under-par 64 to claim the lead at the Sanderson Farms Championship in Jackson, Miss., as the first round was suspended due to inclement weather.
(Reuters) — Hometown favorite Bernd Ritthammer carded five birdies to join overnight leader Robert MacIntyre at the top of the leaderboard, setting up a tense finale heading into Sunday’s final round of the European Open in Germany.
By sinking a lengthy birdie putt on the 16th hole at North Conway Country Club on Thursday, Craig Steckowych gave him and partner Scott Peters the edge they needed to win the New Hampshire Senior Four-Ball Championship.
Nashua native John DeVito was not familiar with the Portsmouth Country Club course and did not have much prior success in the New Hampshire Golf Association Amateur Championship to draw from entering the 116th edition of the five-day tournament.
FedEx Cup standings leader Justin Thomas squandered his pre-tournament lead but birdied the 18th hole on Thursday to maintain a share of the lead with two others through one round at the Tour Championship in Atlanta.