The PGA Tour is in Silvis, Ill., for the John Deere Classic at TPC Deere Run.
We tracked all of Saturday’s third-round action. Catch up on what you may have missed…
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- PGA TOUR LIVE: Saturday-Sunday, 2:30-6 p.m.
- ON GOLFWEEK: Tour Tracker | All coverage
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John Deere Classic tracker
UPDATE No. 6 (6:02 p.m. ET): Rodgers shoots 68 thanks to a nice closing par putt. He’s at 16 under and holds a two-shot lead through 54 holes.
UPDATE No. 5 (5:01 p.m. ET): Rodgers birdies 14 and then bogeys 15. That means he’s still 16 under. He’s two ahead of Daniel Berger (8-under 63), Scott Stallings (through 17) and Nicholas Lindheim (through 17).
UPDATE No. 4 (3:58 p.m. ET): Patrick Rodgers birdies Nos. 10 and 11 to move to 16 under. His lead was three but Bryson DeChambeau just birdied 12 to move to 14 under.
UPDATE No. 3 (2:37 p.m. ET): Daniel Berger is on fire. Three straight birdies and he’s now 13 under and two back of Rodgers. He’s 7 under for the round. Rick Lamb is actually even hotter, who is 8 under for the round through 11 holes (he started on No. 10 tee). He’s now 11 under overall.
UPDATE No. 2 (1:51 p.m. ET): Bryson DeChambeau birdies Nos. 2 and 3, and now he’s just one back of Patrick Rodgers (who birdied No. 2).
UPDATE No. 1 (12:16 p.m. ET): The leaders are off soon. So far from behind, Daniel Berger has started birdie-birdie-birdie to move to 9 under. Kevin Streelman goes eagle-birdie at Nos. 2 and 3 to put himself at 9 under, too. Jamie Lovemark starts birdie-birdie to move to 9 under as well.
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