Jon Rahm knocks on the door: he will fight for the Northern Trust

The Biscay will come third, in -12, two strokes of leader Patrick Reed (-14). His third lap had ups and downs. The Mexican Abraham Ancer, in -13.


Jon Rahm will go out this Sunday for the victory at Northhern Trust, belonging to the FedEx Cup, which is held in Jersey City, overlooking the Statue of Liberty. The Barrika will start third at the final day in -12, with two disadvantages against Patrick Reed (-14), who yesterday was his matchmate in a lap in which Rahm signed 69 strokes, with five birdies and three bogeys.

The Basque did not start the Liberty National tour as strong as other days and encountered a bogey in hole 3, which caused him to have trouble even to stay close to the leading group. But Rahmbo found the solution in 6 and 8 with two birdies. Bogey in the 9 and he was permanently re-hooked to the tournament with a chained -3 from 12 to 14, a pair three in which he stroked the hole in 1. Another genius of Biscay. He had one more bogey, but he was already very involved in the fight for the tournament. 2

Rahm has two victories this season (the Zurich Classic and the Irish Open) and to 11 top-tens. If he wins in the Northern Trust he would take a giant step to fight for the millionaire FedEx Cup (right now he would be the fifth provisional in the standings). One of the secrets will go through the putt that worked very well for Rahm in the first two days, but yesterday he was not so fine in some greens that were harder

Another player who will start with very serious victory options will be the Mexican Abraham Ancer (- 13), who has none on the PGA Tour, but has knocked on the doors of victory several times. As a fourth candidate Snedeker can be placed, who if he has the fine putt can sign brutal laps like Saturday's (he reached -8). All open and Rahm, with many options. 444444

Classification Brandt Snedeker (USA), -12

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