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PGA Tour: Aaron Rai is at T34 after third at the Houston Open


PGA Tour: Aaron Rai is at T34 after third at the Houston Open

Houston Open: Scottie Scheffler leads in the Houston Open after the third round.

Scottie Scheffler leads on the PGA Tour´sHouston Open at the end of the third round. The American recorded a round of -7 to finish ahead of Jhonattan Vegas, Matthew Wolff, Kramer Hickok, Martin Trainer and Kevin Tway, who are in joint second place. Scheffler leads by 1 shots after posting 3 birdies on his way to a third round of 69.

Aaron Rai is at 0 after the third round at rank T34. The Englishman logged a 70 at Memorial Park Golf Course in the third round of the Houston Open.

The Houston Open is part of the PGA Tour. The tournament is held from November 11th until the 14th of November 2021 at Memorial Park Golf Course in Houston, TX, USA. Players will receive a total of 7,5 Mio. US-Dollar will be awarded to the players. The course for the tournament at Memorial Park Golf Course plays at Par 70.

The PGA Tour is back in the USA after its visit to Mexico last week and tees off this week at the Memorial Park Golf Course in Houston, Texas. From the German point of view, Stephan Jäger and Matthias Schwab are to be kept an eye on. Further support comes from Sepp Straka from Austria. In addition, top-class players like Brooks Koepka, Ian Poulter and Lee Westwood are on the starting list. Last year's winner Carlos Ortiz is also back and will try to defend his title.

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11 Nov

11/11 – 11/14/2021

PGA Tour: Houston Open 2021

Memorial Park Golf Course – Houston, TX, USA

  • Round 4/4
  • Official
  • Strokeplay
  • Prize money: 7,5 Mio. US-Dollar
  • Defending champion: Carlos Ortiz
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