Sungjae Im, Brandon Wu lead Wyndham Championship as third round gets delayed
Nature brought the PGA Tour’s regular-season finale to a screeching halt on Saturday after the Wyndham Championship was postponed multiple times and was eventually suspended until Sunday morning.
Before the storm began, only 12 of the 86 players who advanced on Saturday had completed their third round.
Weather does provide fans with golf’s version of buzzer-beater as Brandon Wu hits eagle on 11-par 4th Moments before the horn blows.
Eagles birdie on par-4 10thth Oh Sung Jae tied for the lead with Im Sung Jae at 12 under.
I also ended his day at 11th, although he didn’t make a hole, he did make his fourth birdie of the day and was yet to make a bogey in the third round. I’m looking for his third Tour victory and first since taking the 2021 Shriners Children’s Hospital Open.
While only two players were tied for the lead, there were another 20 within five shots of Wu and Lin.
In this group, Will Zalatoris was one of 12 players to complete the third round. He shot a 4-under 66 in the first round without longtime caddie Ryan Goble. The parting ways between Zara Torres and Goble were announced ahead of the third round at Wyndham, and Zara Torres spoke about the importance of the decision after his bout.
“We’re people who like to have dinner and hang out together and what happens on the pitch starts to bleed off the pitch, that’s not what you want,” Zara Torres said. “He’s an amazing friend and I love him to death.” , I told him I had to do what was best for me…obviously, you can see how hard this decision was for me, especially the timing of it, but I think it’s both Getting a little unhealthy for us, obviously hurts. “
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Also among the chasers was Ryan Moore, who was two shots behind at 10 under. Moore has struggled recently with a back injury, but a T-2 or better this week would put the former UNLV star in the FedEx Cup playoffs.
Joohyung Kim found himself one shot behind the leader in the third round of 10 holes. King entered the Tour without a full membership this season and will need to win this week to secure a spot in the Tour playoffs, which begin Thursday at TPC Southwind.
The final round of the Wyndham Championship is scheduled to begin at 7:30 a.m. ET on Sunday. Assuming no more weather delays, officials expect to be able to finish the race on Sunday.