Keegan Bradley plays with the elements to take the lead

After a third round of the Wells Fargo Championship still interrupted by weather, Keegan Bradley takes control of the tournament before the final round. Defending champion Rory McIlroy returns to the top 10. Paul Barjon drops out of the top 50.

Already author of the most beautiful menu of the day the day before (65), Keegan Bradley He did it again in the third round of the Wells Fargo Championship with an unrivaled 66 on Saturday, to take the solo tournament lead before the final day (-8). The winner of the2011 USPGA he conceded two holes over par every day, but that does not prevent him from being two shots ahead of his compatriot max homa.

The Indian anirban lahiri and Californian of South Korean descent james hahn both finished with bogeys in the 18th, but it is Lahiri who will play the last match on Sunday alongside Bradley and Homa. English Matthew Fitzpatrick he is only fifth five shots behind Bradley, just ahead of the defending champion Rory McIlroy… who finished his day with nine starts!

Leader from day one, the Australian jason day he completely went through his third round with a 79 card marked by two bullets in the water on 4 and 5 for a catastrophic start before finally leaving the top 10.

Sergio Garcia, Tyrrell Hatton, Rickie Fowler Y tony finau all four come out of the top 30 (31, +2). It started from hole number 10, Paul Barjon He continues his fall in the ranking with a card of 76 to sink to 54th place (+5).

The summary of the 3rd round

The classification

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