Ricky Fowler leads the Wells Fargo Championship after 54 holes at Quail Hollow Club.
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Ricky, who got his first career PGA TOUR victory at the Wells Fargo Championship in 2012, took the top spot on the Wells Fargo Championship leaderboard with a third round -4 under par 68, giving him a -9 under par total and a one shot lead heading into the final round tomorrow.
Ricky says he now knows how to win a title;
“I would say before it was maybe not the complete belief or knowledge of knowing what to do and how to win to get the job done.”
“But now it’s fun to go out there and go take care of business.”
Roberto Castro is in second place at -8 under par, a third round -1 under par 71 keeping him in touch with the leader.
Roberto bogeyed the 18th hole, but still thinks he can win his first ever PGA Tour event
“If you want to win a tournament out here and really win a marquee event like this one, you’re going to have to grab your hat and play with one of the top five players in the world probably the final round.”
“So that’s what I’ve got tomorrow so I’m excited about it.”
Sharing third position are Justin Rose -3 under 69 today and James Hahn, -4 under 68, these two have -7 under par totals.
Justin thinks this is good preparation for a PGA Championship;
“This type of scoring would definitely hold up in a PGA Championship.”
“They’re not looking for us to shoot even par like a U.S. Open. Single digits under par is really good golf and it’s a sign of a great golf course.”
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