Sebastian Munoz, from Colombia, still leads The Greenbrier Classic, after 54 holes at The Old White TPC.
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Sebastian had a steady round three carding -2 under 68 at The Greenbrier Classic for a -14 under par total, and will take a two shot advantage into the final round tomorrow, and feels he is in control of the tournament, and himself. If successful tomorrow he will become the tournaments first ever wire to wire winner. ;
“I feel like I’m pretty calmed down out there.”
“I don’t know what you guys watch on the TV, but I feel like I’m pretty calmed down, steady, and ready to hit the next shot.”
” I’ve had my phone off since Thursday. We’re going to keep it that way.”
“I’ll try to play boring golf. I try to hit the fairway and hit the greens, I’ll try to keep it steady, but you just take what you can get.”
Robert Streb, USA, is in second place, those two shots back at -12 under, after recording a magnificent third round -5 under 65, the low round of the day.
Robert holed a mammoth putt from over 90 feet for an outrageous birdie at the first hole, and has been in contention here before, two years he ago got into a play-off, which he lost;
“I’m trying to put that aside and trying to just focus on winning here and see if we can play well.”
“Hopefully the points will take care of themselves.”
Tied in third place are Jamie Lovemark, -4 under 66 today, and Xander Schauffele, also -4 under 68, both players with -11 under par totals.
Xander tried to outdo Robert in the long putt stakes, sinking a 60 foot Eagle putt at the par five 12th hole.
At -10 under par are Kelly Kraft, Russell Henley and Davis Love 111, Davis is attempting to become the oldest ever winner on the PGA Tour, and also to wants to earn a spot in the The Open in two weeks time.