Published: Tue, May 09, 2017
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Reed grabs the lead at Wells Fargo

Reed grabs the lead at Wells Fargo

- Grayson Murray, a Raleigh, N.C. native who is T-5. "You know, it's a course that will punish you if you get out of position off the tee, and with these wind conditions it's really, really hard to keep it in play".

Meanwhile a third round 77 saw Seamus Power's challenge unravel, with the Waterford golfer tumbling back down the leaderboard into a share of 49th place.

The second round was completed Saturday morning because of a three-hour rain delay. Power shot a 71 and joined Hurley at 5-under 139.

Reed birdied the par-5 fourth and par-4 eighth and kept his hot hand with a 12-foot birdie at the par-3 10th and an eight-foot birdie putt at the par-4 12th.

The tour took a break from the norm at the inaugural GolfSixes, a six-hole match play tournament featuring two-man teams from 16 countries.

Yin had a 4-up lead after seven holes, and that was the margin after her birdie win on the par-5 11th.

He dropped two strokes in 13 holes to end the day equal 46th at even par, within sight of the leaders but not completely assured of making the cut, which is likely to fall at one-over when the round is completed early Saturday.

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The third round started soon after round two ended Saturday morning. When play was halted by darkness, 80 players were at 1 over (either finished or on their back nine).

The key was to get through Friday's wild weather.

Johnson was four shots behind, along with Phil Mickelson. Johnson went bogey-free and collected five birdies. He was at 1-under 143.

Wilcox said he'll next play in Dallas, which would be the AT&T Byron Nelson from May 18-21.

McDowell battled back to four under with three more birdies on the back nine but bogeyed the final two holes of his round. The green is exposed as much as any at Eagle Point, and he holed a 10-foot par putt. His approach into the wind on No. 9 was off to the right, and his pitch came up short leading to bogey.

Rahm has had a positive strokes gained on the green each of the first two days and is inside the top 30 after 36 holes despite hard conditions at a course nobody has any experience with. "It's wide open tomorrow and I'm just going to try to play well and see what happens".

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