Can Sergio Garcia win this FedEx Cup Playoff event this time?
But before that: By end of Day 3 of the Deutsche Bank Championship yesterday, expected names were not anywhere near the top. One or two unexpected names were there on top.
Leading the whole pack, although by just two shots, is Sergio Garcia at 19-Under after posting superb scores of 65-64-65 (194). Right behind him is Swedish Henrik Stenson (17-Under, 67-63-66=196).
Phil Mickelson’s and Tiger Woods’ names, respectively, are not around here yet.
Tied on 3rd Place are Canadian Graham DeLaet and the not-very-young-anymore American Steve Stricker. Then come Jason Dufner and Roberto Castro at 15-Under. Kevin Stadler is next (14-Under). Phil is still somewhere else, as is Tiger.
Ian Poulter at 13-Under is at 8th Place, and then come several names to share 9th Place at 12-Under: Keegan Bradley, Brian Davis, Jason Day, Jim Furyk, Charley Hoffman, Matt Kuchar, Marc Leishman, Hunter Mahan, Scott Piercy, Nicholas Thomson.
Oh well, to make the story short,
- Justin Rose at 11-Under
- Mickeslon, Rory McIlroy both at 8-Under
- Adam Scott at 7-Under
- Tiger Woods 6-Under
And with that, we dare say (a bit obvious, isn’t it) that Tiger, Phil and Adam have no more chances of winning this Playoff event.
- Last place, by one shot: Patrick Reed (Even Par) 68-72-73=213
- Best score: Graham DeLaet 62 (32-30)
- Highest score: 73 (3 orang)
Final Day is commencing. Sergio Garcia will tee off at 10.00p.m.