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.
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9:40 p.m.: Aaron Wise gets it done with a three-shot victory. Impressive stuff from the 21-year-old shooting 6-under 65 in the final round against a multiple-time winner like Leishman and a big announcement that he has officially arrived.
8:40 p.m.: Make that a four-shot lead for Wise after a bogey for Leishman at 15. Only real drama remaining is whether or not these guys can play their final three holes before the sun sets in about 45 minutes.
8:30 p.m.: Aaron Wise is holding strong to a three-shot lead at 23 under. He has six birdies on the day through 14 and looking poised for his first career Tour victory at age 21. Marc Leishhman is three back at 20 under and certainly not playing poorly, just not doing enough to keep up with Wise. Branden Grace is in the house at 19 under and currently T-3 with Keith Mitchell.
7:10 p.m.: Absolutely no let-up from Wise right now. He takes a two-shot lead at 22 under after his third straight birdie and fifth in his last six holes. Pretty impressive stuff from the 21-year-old at the moment, and he definitely knows what it takes to close having won an individual NCAA Championship at Oregon and a Web.com Tour event. About two hours until sunset now with the last group currently at 10, so finishing this thing tonight is still a bit iffy.
6:30 p.m.: Wise is still holding on to a 1-shot lead at 19 under as he tries to close out the first PGA Tour win of his young career. Leishman is right behind him at 18 under, with Keith Mitchell alone in third at 17 under through 8. Considering it took the final pairing a little less than two hours to play six holes, the chances of squeezing this one in before sunset don’t look great.
5:30 p.m.: Aaron Wise now holds a one-shot lead at 17 under through three. An early bogey from Marc Leishman has him at 16 under now, and they’re going to have to play quickly in order to avoid a Monday finish in Dallas.
4:30 p.m.: Penultimate group finally set to go off here with Jimmy Walker, Kevin Na and Brian Gay on the first tee. Co-leaders Marc Leishman and Aaron Wise are 17 under and four shots clear of the field ahead of their 4:35 p.m. tee time. Jordan Spieth went off in the first group once the four-hour rain delay concluded and is even through three, 7 under for the week and T-34.
2:30 p.m.: Golf balls are finally in the air in Dallas after a four-hour rain delay for the final round of the Byron Nelson. Gonna be a late one so settle in and get ready. Co-leaders Marc Leishman and Aaron Wise are now scheduled to tee off at 4:35 p.m..