Round three of the Wyndham Championship was suspended due to inclement weather conditions, with Brandt Snedeker still leading at Sedgefield Country Club.
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Sneds has completed 7 holes of his third round, for -2 under, and still leads the Wyndham Championship with a total of -16 under par, a three shot advantage over the field;
“If I get to 22 under par, I think it’s hard for other guys to get there.”
“I’m not saying it can’t happen, but that number seems to hold up here pretty well.”
“Once you post a number here, it rarely stays because there’s so many opportunities the last four, five holes.”
“So I think it’s a huge advantage being in the lead or in the last group so that you know what you have to do and kind of set a marker for what needs to be done.”
“So par, if it was going to be a tough day tomorrow. It would be a totally different scenario where you’d want to post a score early and just see if it holds up.”
“Tomorrow, I think you want as many holes as possible.”
Brian Gay has second place to himself at -12 under, he is -6 under for twelve holes today;
“I played great yesterday and continued more of the same today, unfortunate to get called in.”
“I didn’t play particularly well at the PGA last week, so I kind of made the decision to come here and just keep playing going into the Playoffs and hopefully get some more points.”
Tied in third place at -12 under par are; Trey Mullinax, -4 under through 12 holes today, Keith Mitchell, -3 under through 8 and D.A. Points even par for his six completed third round holes, these three from the USA. They are joined by C.T. Pan from Taipei, with his -1 under after seven holes.