Harold Varner III flies in command of RBC Heritage at the end of Round Three – OA Sport

golfers in PGA Tour Continue to fight inRBC Heritage 2022 (Total prizes of $8 million). At the end of the third round, there is a new change at the top of the leaderboard. Thanks for a perfect Saturday from -8 Harold Varner III Fly to the top with an overall score of -11 (202 frames).

The 31-year-old from Charlotte wraps up an excellent free-wheeling one-length circular bogey ahead of South Africa Eric Van RowenIrish Shane Lowryand American Patrick Cantlay. The latter, the leader at the end of the second round, does not exceed -1 of the day stable in the second set with a score of -10.

On the Par 71 Course by Harbor Town Golf Links in Hilton Head Island (South Carolina, USA) In fifth place with -9 we find Austrian Sepp Straka and Americans Aaron Wise, Hudson Swafford and Matt Kuchar, while Americans Jordan Spieth and Billy Horschel closed the top ten with a score of -8. , and Joel Dahmin.

Very short rating for one round from the end with up to 29 golfers surrounded by just six shots. 13th place with -7 for the Chilean duo made up of Joquin Niemann and Mito Pereira, and for the Canadian pair of Adam Svensson and Corey Conners. Peter Malnate makes up 34 positions. The American is back in 22nd place thanks to Hassan today -6 and is sharing the arena with fellow countryman Kevin Na. Only 38th Colin Morikawa, who now looks far from fighting at the top with -4. Nothing you do even for three-time winner Stewart Sink, 66 on a par. Tomorrow the space for the fourth and decisive round.

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