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Thomas, Lee tied for 3rd-round lead at CJ Cup in South Korea


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Thomas, Lee tied for 3rd-round lead at CJ Cup in South Korea

JEJU ISLAND, South Korea (AP) – Justin Thomas was trying at a three-stro-ke lead after three rounds at the CJ Cup with one gap to play Saturday, which might have set him up properly for his second win in three years at South Korea’s solely PGA Tour occasion.

But the 18th gap noticed an enormous swing in the scoring at the Nine Bridges course.

South Korean-born New Zealander Danny Lee holed a protracted eagle putt to complete with a 68. Thomas, who received the inaugural CJ Cup in 2017, bogeyed the 18th for a 70 and he and Lee had been tied with a three-round whole of 15-under 201 after three rounds.

Australian Cameron Smith was in third place, three strokes behind, after a 68. Jordan Spieth shot 70 and was in a three-way tie for fourth, 4 behind.

“I played well, I just didn’t hit a lot of good putts that burned the edges and didn’t quite go in,” Thomas mentioned. “If a couple of those putts fall, I don’t make a bad bogey on 18 and the other two bogeys I made, I hit good putts, they just caught the edge and lipped out.”



“Obviously Danny’s playing well, a lot of guys are playing well, so I need to go out and play well tomorrow. I just need to keep doing what I’ve done the last couple days and just get a little bit more out of it.”

Lee mentioned he was happy to play properly earlier than his household and followers.

“I’ve never played exceptionally well in Korea, so I also felt I could play better in front of my Korean fans. On top of that my parents and my wife are Korean and my granddad lives here so that would be great. I am glad I had a strong showing this week and hopefully I can say the same tomorrow.”

The greatest movers Saturday had been final 12 months’s runner-up Gary Woodland and first-year skilled Colin Morikawa of the United States. Their 65s moved them right into a tie for seventh place which included Ian Poulter (66) and Graeme McDowell (68).

Defending CJ Cup champion and top-ranked Brooks Koepka withdrew from the match earlier than the third spherical after aggravating a left knee harm a day earlier when he slipped on moist concrete. J.B. Holmes additionally withdrew after the primary 9 holes of his third spherical with an unknown ailment.

Koepka, enjoying his second occasion since stem cell therapy on the knee Aug. 25, shot a 3-over 75 on Friday at Nine Bridges after opening with a 69. He was 13 strokes behind Thomas in the limited-field occasion with no lower.

“After consulting with my doctor, I have decided to withdraw from the CJ Cup and head home for further tests,” Koepka mentioned in an announcement. “I appreciate everyone’s concerns and support. I’ll keep you posted as I learn more.”

Koepka returned to Florida to fulfill along with his docs, leaving his standing for the HSBC Champions in two weeks in China unsure. He missed the lower two weeks in the past in his season debut at Las Vegas.

The CJ Cup is the primary of three PGA Tour occasions in Asia, persevering with subsequent week at the Zozo Championship in Japan – which is able to function Tiger Woods – and ending with the World Golf Championship occasion in Shanghai.

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