Justin Rose leads by a shot
Justin Rose went full blazed with his third round bogey-free seven-under 65 helping him take a shot lead over Jon Rahm and Dylan Frittelli at 15-under 201.
Related: Fitzpatrick takes second-round lead
Justin Rose’s third round
Rose shared third place with Julian Suri and Kiradech on Friday and needs to finish the event for a result better than fifth place and he surely looks forward to it, his round of seven-under has already made Tommy’s fanbase nervous as it Rose’s game surely looks stronger now and has recently won two events back to back at WGC-HSBC Champions and Turkish Airlines Open.
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Rose posted rounds of 66, 70, and a bogey-free seven-under 65 third round for a one-shot lead.
Fleetwood has worked hard to reach for a shared fourth place compared to his first round share 46th place and shared 11th place on Thursday and Friday. He posted seven-under 65 too, a score matching the leader Rose and now lays two-shots back from the leader joined by Kiradech and Dean Burmester.
Fitzpatrick, second-round leader, and the defending champion
Friday’s leader and the defending champion, Fitzpatrick lost his lead for a shared third place at a shared 13th place with his round of 72 consisting two bogeys and two birdies and now shares his place with Sergio Garcia and David Lipsky. Garcia posted five-under 67 for a total score of 10-under 206 consisting six birdies and a bogey in his third round.
Following the leader by a shot is Jon Rahm who recently got the award for the Best Rookie of the Year on the European Tour and Dylan Frittelli. Rahm posted eight birdies and a bogey in his round of seven-under 65 for the day and Frittelli went bogey-free nine-under 63 consisting nine birdies three of which came on first three holes of his round.
Patrick Reed, The first round leader
Reed led the field on Thursday with seven-under 65 on the board and with his third-round of four-under 68 he now shares 11th spot with Alexander Bjork. Reed posted six birdies and two bogeys in his third round for a total of 11-under 205.