Charley Hoffman extends his lead by 5-strokes
Charley Hoffman extended his lead to 5-shots from the second round to the third round with a stunning 2-under 70 consisting six birdies, two bogeys, and a double-bogey on the par-4 10th to finish his round at 14-under 202.
Jordan Spieth and Justin Rose are closest to him at 9-under 207, with rounds of 72 and 71 today. Spieth posted three birdies and three bogeys to maintain his position at T-2nd as of Friday and Rose climbed 2 spots with 1-under 71 consisting five birdies and four birdies in his round.
After an up-and-down Round 3, Tiger Woods finished the day at 3-over-par 75.Catch all of his highlights from Moving Day.👇🎥
Posted by PGA TOUR on Saturday, December 2, 2017
Tiger Woods had a reality check on Saturday with a 3-over 75 consisting just two birdies compared to five bogeys posted by him in his round. Many pundits and even Tiger looked confident on his return with a second round 68 and were expecting a miracle round today were all hopes went south when Tiger started to have a troublesome round, all in all, it still looks great for him and a recovery on the final day is expected by him but currently he is 10-strokes behind the leader Hoffman.
Tiger dropped 5-spots down to T-10th shared with Kevin Chappell who posted 2-over 74 for the day consisting four birdies, two bogeys, and two double-bogeys to finish his round.
Round 1 leader Tommy Fleetwood dropped 3-spots from yesterday for a T-5th with Rickie Fowler, Patrick Reed, Matt Kuchar, and defending champion Hideki Matsuyama at 7-under 209. Fleetwood posted 2-over 74 consisting six birdies, four bogeys, and two double-bogeys in his round. Rickie Fowler, Kuchar, and Matsuyama maintained there 5th position with 72 today, where Fowler posted six birdies, two bogeys, and two double-bogeys, Kuchar posted four birdies, two bogeys, and a double-bogey, and Matsuyama joined them with six birdies and the same amount of bogeys in his round.
Molinari is 4th, Justin Thomas maintains his 12th position at 3-under 213, Alex Noren and Dustin Johnson are T-13th at par-216, Kevin Kisner is 15th at 1-over 217, Daniel Berger and Henrik Stenson are T-16 at 2-over 218, and the US Open Champion Brooks Koeka is last at 18th with 5-over 221 with the finish of third round at Hero World Challenge.