The PGA Tour is in White Sulphur Springs, W. Va, for the Greenbrier Classic at The Old White TPC.
We are tracking all of Saturday’s third-round action. Follow along…
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Greenbrier Classic tracker
UPDATE No. 12 (6:04 p.m. ET): Sebastian Munoz wraps up a 2-under 68 and at 14 under will take a two-shot lead into Sunday.
UPDATE No. 11 (5:17 p.m. ET): Sebastian Munoz just cannot miss. From 35 feet, he sinks a birdie putt at the par-3 15th to reach 14 under.
UPDATE No. 10 (4:53 p.m. ET): Russell Henley birdies No. 14 to join Robert Streb and Sebastian Munoz at 12 under, but Munoz responds quickly with a birdie at the par-4 13th, where he was in the rough off the tee before making about a 25-footer for birdie to get to 13 under.
UPDATE No. 9 (4:05 p.m. ET): Xander Schauffele follows Robert Streb’s impressive eagle at No. 12 with one of his own. The lengthy eagle make gets Schauffele to 10 under, two shots back.
UPDATE No. 8 (3:53 p.m. ET): One word for this Robert Streb shot … wow. Streb took hybrid from the rough at the par-5 12th and nearly holed his second shot. Instead, it was an easy eagle – and even better, it gives him a share of the lead.
UPDATE No. 7 (3:25 p.m. ET): Sebastian Munoz gets a shot right back by making a 10-footer for birdie at the par-4 sixth. He’s back to 12 under, a shot clear of Kelly Kraft, who just birdie the ninth.
UPDATE No. 6 (3:15 p.m. ET): J.B. Holmes celebrated Moving Day in style by carding a 4-under 66 to move to 7 under overall.
UPDATE No. 5 (3:09 p.m. ET): Sebastian Munoz putts his birdie roll off the green from 55 feet at No. 5. He bogeys to drop to 11 under, just a shot clear of Kelly Kraft, Russell Henley and Davis Love III.
UPDATE No. 4 (3:02 p.m. ET): Davis Love III’s irons are on fire early. After hitting his approach at the par-4 sixth to 7 inches and making birdie, Love stiffs his approach at No. 7 to inside of 3 feet. He birdies there, as well, to move to 10 under, two shots back of Sebastian Munoz, who is even par through four holes.
UPDATE No. 3 (2:15 p.m. ET): Sebastian Munoz makes a 25-footer for birdie on his opening hole to move to 13 under. His putter has been firing on all cylinders all week.
UPDATE No. 2 (1:31 p.m. ET): This is how you start a round! Robert Streb makes a 90-plus-foot putt from off the green for a birdie at the par-4 first hole. Streb is now 8 under and four shots back.
UPDATE No. 1 (11:58 a.m. ET): We’re about two hours away from the final group’s tee time, but already we have a name moving up the leaderboard. Curtis Luck, last year’s U.S. Amateur champion, led during the final round last week before fading. A week later, he’s in contention again. Luck is 3 under through seven holes today, climbing to 5 under.
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