Brendon Todd and Dustin Johnson on display the penultimate day

Todd leads Johnson by two hits. Among the Spanish, the best classified is Jon Rahm with -10 in total.


Americans Brendon Todd and Dustin Johnson exhibited each Saturday with 61 hit cards (9 under par) on the third and penultimate round of the Travelers Championship, a PGA Tour tournament played at the TPC River Highlands in Cromwell (Connecticut, United States). United) .

Todd, 34, who has three titles on the main circuit, stands alone in the lead with 192 total hits (18 under par) and leads by two Dustin Johnson, who signed his best ever round on Saturday. his thirteen years on the PGA Tour.

Brendon Todd, who only missed one street in the entire round, delivered a spectacular card with nine birdies without failure to climb three places and take command. On Thursday he started with 66, on Friday he made 65 and this Saturday he exploded with those 61. The first of his pursuers is Dustin Johnson, world number 6 and who also managed nine birdies and nine pairs in his best lap. Three hits from the leader is another American, Kevin Streelman, and four is the Canadian Mackenzie Hughes. The United States also Bryson DeChambeau and Kevin Na total 196 (-13) .

Among the Spanish, the best is the Biscayan Jon Rahm, with 10 down in the total and after signing this Saturday his best lap (66). Sergio García, who sealed his second consecutive 70, is with -6, while Rafa Cabrera Bello is located with -3 (this Saturday he made a 72). The third round of the tournament was brought forward in anticipation of bad weather preventing it from ending as scheduled.



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