Sports writing, Dec. 6 – The American Gary Woodland returned to the leadership of the Golf Hero World Challenge after he left after the second day, while the Spanish Jon Rahm remains in expectation in third place.
Woodland, who occupied the first position of the classification after the first day with his compatriot Patrick Reed to lose it in favor of the latter in the second, returned to the top in this third day that closed with 68 strokes, four under par, for a total of 203.
Reed, on the other hand, lived a black day that led him to give up five places to go to 74 strokes (+2), for a total of 206, and the second part of the field was choked on the American player. His particular via crucis began in hole 11 with a triple bogey that descended and led him to commit bogey in the next.
He regained ground in 14 and 15 with two birdies, but a new bogey in 16 took him even further from the top positions despite the fact that a late birdie in 18 saved the situation somewhat.
Jon Rahmn, meanwhile, managed to stay in third place by signing 69 strokes, three under par, for a total of 205. Two bogeys, three birdies and an eagle in 15, the second in a row in this same hole, keep their options.
The host of the tournament, the American Tiger Woods, presented one of the best cards of the day with 67 impacts (-5), which also led him to the third place he shares, in addition to Rahm, with his compatriot Justin Thomas.