Garcia shares Greensboro lead
Sergio Garcia has reeled in Chris Riley and shares the lead at the rain-delayed Wyndham Championship in Greensboro.
Sergio Garcia has reeled in Chris Riley and shares the lead at the rain-delayed Wyndham Championship in Greensboro – but the third round isn’t over yet.
Bad light once again forced an early close at the Sedgefield Country Club to a tournament that has been dogged by rain and electrical storms from day one.
Both players were 13 under par through 10 holes when conditions deteriorated and will resume early on Sundayb to do battle for sole ownership of pole position on the leaderboard.
Steve Marino is top of the standings among those who have finished 54 holes, with a best-of-day 63 seeing him to a 12-under total of 198.
Also on 12 under are Fred Couples (through 12 holes) Kevin Stadler (through 11) and Justin Rose (through 13).
Brandt Snedeker and Bill Haas are a stroke further back, with four and eight holes left to play respectively.
Englishman Brian Davis is seven under after a round of 68, while Scotland’s Martin Laird signed for a 69 to close six-under overall.
(USA unless stated, par 70):
Note: Round 3 has been suspended due to darkness. Play will resume on Sunday at 7:30am local time
198 Steve Marino 67 68 63
200 Kevin Sutherland 71 65 64
202 Tim Herron 68 67 67, Darron Stiles 70 66 66, Jason Bohn 68 68 66
203 Brad Faxon 68 68 67, Brian Davis (Eng) 70 65 68, Scott McCarron 66 69 68, Jeff Quinney 70 67 66, Bryce Molder 68 68 67, Jonathan Byrd 66 70 67, Nick O’Hern (Aus) 69 66 68, Mark Wilson 70 65 68
204 Kent Jones 68 68 68, Daniel Chopra (Swe) 67 69 68, Martin Laird (Sco) 67 68 69
205 Tom Pernice Jnr. 68 68 69, Rocco Mediate 67 69 69
206 Fredrik Jacobson (Swe) 68 68 70, Matt Bettencourt 69 66 71, Carl Pettersson (Swe) 70 65 71, Matthew Jones (Aus) 67 69 70
207 Kris Blanks 74 62 71
209 John Daly 66 70 73
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