That meant the Swede had just a one-shot cushion coming to the final hole.
"If you want to win golf tournaments you got to put yourself in the mix, and I'm just very happy with the way I closed out this week, really had to keep on producing, making birdies because Ollie (Schniederjans) was surely not backing down and there were a few other guys pushing me as well". "I grew up playing courses similar to this that aren't too long, hit different clubs off the tee, some doglegs". "Hopefully, I'm going to take advantage of it and come out and play a good, solid day".
Jason Dufner and Ryan Moore are both at the 10-under mark while two-time major victor Retief Goosen is two shots further back after a fine five-under-par 65 from the South African.
Texan Johnson Wagner is a further shot back on -14 after carding a five-under-par 65 whilst another USA trio of Richy Werenski, Harold Varner III and Davis Love III are on -13. Suddenly, the Wyndham Championship became more than a run-of-the-mill PGA Tournament - it became a sensation to see if Every would be able to record a 59 in his first round. He did his best to make a late charge with birdies on 13, 15, 16 and 18 but was one over through the first 12 and couldn't make up enough ground.
"I missed at least 5-6 putts inside 10 feet and some of them were inside six feet, so it could have been way better, even though 65 is not all that bad", said Lahiri. Unlike Stenson, Simpson is relying on familiarity with the event.
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Schniederjans - a 24-year-old, third-year pro from Georgia Tech - is chasing his first victory on tour and his fifth top-10 finish of the year.
So here is the problem with matchplay tournaments - you don't always get the finalists you expect. The tournament dates to 1938 when Sam Snead won the first of eight times.
Stenson had three consecutive birdies on Nos. The top 125 on the points list make it in.
"I've been reading greens good". His second shot careened off a canopy covering the gallery and landed in a greenside bunker, but he chipped to 2 feet of the flagstick and converted the putt. Stenson also birdied 14, 15 and 17 and then parred 18 to finish with the lead.
Harold Varner III and Richy Werenski are also at 13 under at the tournament, which is the last before the start of the FedEx Cup Play-offs.
Stenson birdied the second and added back-to-back gains from the fourth before draining a 20-footer at the eighth to reach the turn in 31.