Tom Hoge has the 54 hole lead at the Sony Open in Hawaii after 54 holes at Waialae Country Club.
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There was a false incoming missile alert, but that didn’t bother Tom Hoge as he carded a bogey free -6 under 64 to top the Sony Open in Hawaii leaderboard at -16 under par, and will take a one shot advantage into the final round tomorrow;
“A new position, it’s a good one, obviously.”
“I’ve been close to the lead a few times in the fall, so a little bit to draw on there.”
“Haven’t quite pulled it off yet. Just getting a little more belief in myself and hopefully, tomorrow will be a better day for me.”
Tied in second place at -15 under par are Patton Kizzire, also -6 under 64 today and the long time leader of the competition Brian Harman, who could only manage -2 under 68 in his third round.
The Sony Open in Hawaii leaderboard is very congested so anyone shooting low tomorrow is in with a good chance of victory.
It took the authorities 38 minutes to inform everyone that the missile alarm was a mistake.