Justin Rose, England, is cruising at the top of the Fort Worth Invitational leaderboard and will take a four shot advantage into the final round tomorrow at Colonial Country Club.
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Rosey carded -4 under 66 in the third round of the Fort Worth Invitational, to post -14 under par at the top of the leaderboard;
“It is a big lead, but it isn’t big enough, it’s not big enough to be counting the holes away.”
“You have to go out and play good. You have to go out positive. You have to continue to make birdies and keep going forward.”
“I feel like everything this week has been working at some point.”
Sharing second place, those four shots back at -10 under are Brooks Koepka, USA, -3 under 67 in his third round, and Emiliano Grillo, Argentina, -1 under 69.
Brooks wants to put some pressure on Justin early on tomorrow;
“You have to get off to a good start here.”
“If you can birdie the first two, at least, put some pressure on Rosey, you’ll be just fine.”
Emiliano said Justin can not relax, he has to shoot under par tomorrow;
“He has to go out and shoot under par, he’s got fifty guys behind him trying to reach him.”
Five players are then tied in fourth place at -8 under par, Jon Rahm, Spain, -6 under 64 today, Louis Oosthuizen, South Africa, also -6 under 64, J.T. Poston, USA, bogey free -5 under 65, Ryan Armour, USA, -4 under 66, and Corey Conners from Canada with a beautiful -7 under par 63 third round.
Jon had a good day with the putter;
“I was able to make some putts, so hopefully Justin stops making putts, stops making birdies and gives the rest of us a chance tomorrow.”