Kevin Na faces the last round with two-stroke lead

He has this advantage over his compatriot and second ranked Cantlay after concluding the third round and accumulating 191 impacts, 22 under par.


American Kevin Na will face the last round of the Shriners Hospitals For Children golf tournament, which takes place in Las Vegas (Nevada, USA), with two strokes ahead of his compatriot and second place Patrick Cantlay after concluding the third round and accumulate 191 impacts, 22 under par.

Na (68 + 62 + 61), which could add its fourth PGA Tour tournament - the last one in May of this year, the Charles Schwab Challenge - today achieved the best card with ten birdies to, without a single mistake, take hold in the first place, while Cantlay (66 + 64 + 63), which also started at the beginning of the day from first place gave two impacts after adding nine birdies for a bogey.

Good round for also American Pat Perez (69 + 64 + 62), who concluded his journey in 62 strokes without making mistakes and after scoring an eagle (hole 16, par 5) and seven birdies, who installed him in third position four strokes of the leader

The tournament, which concludes this Sunday, distributes seven million dollars in prizes, more than one million for the winner, who also gets 500 points from the FedExCup.



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