The FedEx Cup Playoffs are in full flow, as the PGA Tour makes its second of four stops in this season-ending series at the Dell Technologies Championship. Third-round action is complete at TPC Boston in Norton, Mass.
We tracked all of Sunday’s third-round action. Follow along…
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Dell Technologies Championship tracker
UPDATE NO. 8 (7:28 p.m. ET): Your recap for the day…
UPDATE NO. 7 (6:50 p.m. ET): We are done for the day.
Marc Leishman finishes at 12 under to tie Thomas, while Paul Casey is one back at 11 under. Jordan Spieth shoots 66 to sit at 10 under, two back.
Dustin Johnson and Jon Rahm (the 36-hole leader) are three behind at 9 under. Phil Mickelson is four back at 8 under. What a leaderboard this is.
UPDATE NO. 6 (5:01 p.m. ET): Justin Thomas birdies 14 and 17, too, to fire an 8-under 63. That puts him in the clubhouse at 12 under. He has the clubhouse lead by three (over Dustin Johnson, 66) but is tied overall, as Marc Leishman is 12 under with three to play. Rahm is two back with five to play.
UPDATE NO. 5 (3:10 p.m. ET): Justin Thomas with a BOMB on No. 12 for birdie and he ties the lead at 10 under! He is 6 under for the round.
UPDATE NO. 4 (2:35 p.m. ET): Justin Thomas is now T-2 at 8 under! He’s on fire after a front-nine 32.
UPDATE NO. 3 (2:22 p.m. ET): The current leaderboard. Stanley now leads alone:
UPDATE NO. 2 (1:40 p.m. ET): Jon Rahm started with a beautiful approach to 9 feet at No. 1 and buried the birdie putt to move to 10 under.
But he finds the water AFTER LAYING UP at the par-5 second and has to bury a 10-footer just for bogey. Even with that save, he’s back to 9 under, and his two-shot lead is gone. Kyle Stanley (birdies at Nos. 1 and 3) has caught him.
Phil Mickelson (7 under through three), Jordan Spieth (7 under through four) and Justin Thomas (7 under through six) are all two back.
UPDATE NO. 1 (1 p.m. ET): Look out!
Phil Mickelson starts with a birdie and moves to 7 under. He’s now just two back of Jon Rahm, who has just teed off No. 1.
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