For the third time in as many days at the Sentry Tournament of Champions on the PGA Tour in Hawaii, American Harris English sits atop the standings. However, he shares the lead with American Ryan Palmer.
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English cut off seven punches at par of 73 on Saturday, giving him a cumulative score of 198 (-21). For his part, Palmer was the most successful player of the day, he who hit the ball 64 (-9) times. The 44-year-old has rigged nine birdies, including six on the last seven holes.
American Collin Morikawa will also be among the title contenders on Sunday, who is suddenly behind the leaders. The 23-year-old rising star turned in a 65 (-8) card for a second straight round.
For his part, the Canadian Nick Taylor has gained a place in the standings and is at 21e rank, tied with four other golfers, he who cut four strokes to par. The Manitoban had five birdies, but he bugged in the third round.
The other Canadian in contention, Mackenzie Hughes, also jumped one position in the standings to occupy 40e place on the 42 golfers present at the event. Hughes was rather low-key, chocking four birdies, but committing three bugs.