PGA Tour: Englishman Tommy Fleetwood leads the pack after a third round 67
Tommy Fleetwood sits atop the PGA Tour´sThe Honda Classic following the conclusion of third round. The Englishman chronicled a round of -3 to gain the upperhand on Brendan Steele in second place and Luke Donald and Lee Westwood who sit tied for third place. Fleetwood leads by 1 shots after posting 6 birdies en route to an third round 67.
"If you're going to win around here, you've proven yourself as an all-around golfer," Fleetwood said. "Realistically, yeah, it probably is another step in my career. I'm not going to lie and say, `Ah, I don't really mind about winning in America.' Of course I do. I want to win everywhere I play and the PGA TOUR is for sure one of those places where I haven't done it yet."
Lee Westwood, currently number 30 in the world golf ranking, is at -3 after the third round at rank T3. The Englishman finished the round at PGA National Resort in 71 strokes in the third round of the The Honda Classic.
Matt Wallace, currently number 42 in the world golf ranking, is at 4 after the third round at position . The Englishman registered a 0 at PGA National Resort in the third round of the The Honda Classic.
Russell Knox, currently number 115 in the world golf ranking, carded a third round 0 to find himself in position and trailing leader Tommy Fleetwood by 10 shots. Knox, currently ranked 115 in the world golf ranking, logged 0 pars in his third round.
The The Honda Classic is part of the PGA Tour. The tournament is being played from February 27th until the 1st of March 2020 at PGA National Resort in Palm Beach Gardens, USA. This year a total prize money of $ 7,000,000 will be awarded to the players. The winner receives $1,224,000. The course for the tournament at PGA National Resort plays at Par 72. The tournament takes place at PGA National Resort in the city of Palm Beach Gardens in USA. More information regarding the golfclub on the official profile of PGA National Resort on Golf Post or on the official website http://www.pgaresort.com/index.
Last year, Keith Mitchell nailed a 15-foot Birdie putt on the 72nd hole to top Koepka and Fowler by one shot for his maiden Tour win. Koepka and Fowler will be both making their return to action on the PGA Tour for the first time in a couple of weeks.
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