The 2017-18 PGA Tour schedule continues this week at the AT&T Byron Nelson, played for the first time at Trinity Forest Golf Club in Dallas.
We will be tracking the action. Follow along below…
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5:45 p.m.: Aaron Wise made bogey on the final hole to set up a tie with Marc Leishman at 17 under entering the final round. They’re four shots ahead of the field and looking to duel it out come Sunday.
4:30 p.m.: Kevin Na in for birdie at 14 to get to 14 under on the week, now just two shots back of Wise and alone in third. Just one top-10 this season but he made it count, with a T-2 at the Genesis Open in February. Has a good chance to snag his first PGA Tour win since 2011.
3:50 p.m.: Plenty of talk about golf being a young man’s game these days and that will likely continue with Wise on top, but this leaderboard proves the PGA Tour isn’t just for the millennials. Inside the top three alone we have 21-year-old Wise, 34-year-old Leishman, 38-year-old Matt Jones and 46-year-old Brian Gay. Speaking of 20-somethings, Jordan Spieth is even par for the day and 7 under on the week, currently T-29 through 17.
3:30 p.m.: With the course playing quite a bit tougher today than it did earlier in the week, Aaron Wise leads by one at 16 under for the week. He’s 2 under today through 10 and Marc Leishman is even through 10, remaining at 15 under where he began the day. Wise, 21, finished T-2 at the Wells Fargo Championship his last time out and is once again proving he’s comfortable when the pressure is on.
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