Justin Rose takes commanding lead at Colonial
Justin Rose is on the verge of PGA Tour victory number nine as he holds the 54-hole lead at the Fort Worth Invitational at Colonial Country Club.
Rose is at 14-under-patr for the week after carding scores of 66, 64 and 66.
He is four-shots ahead of Emiliano Grillo and Brooks Koepka and six shots ahead of Jon Rahm, Louis Oosthuizen, J. T. Poston, Corey Conners and Ryan Armour.
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Rose has won the previous two times he has started the final round with a four shot lead.
“It’s a big lead, but it isn’t big enough,” Rose said.
“You have to continue making birdies and keep going forward.”
Grillo shared that sentiment, firing a warning to the 37-year-old Briton.
“He has to go out and shoot under par,” Grillo said.
“He’s got 50 guys behind him trying to reach him.”
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