Justin Thomas reacts to his birdie putt on the 18th green during the third round of the Sony Open golf tournament, Saturday, Jan. 14, 2017, in Honolulu.
Probably not, to be honest.Justin Thomas finished with another eagle and got into the PGA Tour record book again.We’ll follow Thomas’ and the remaining field’s full during the final round at Waialae Country Club.Zach Johnson shot a five-under par 65 and is in second place, trailing by seven.Kevin Kisner had a putt for 59, but missed and had to settle for 60. Starting on the back nine, Kisner made five birdies to turn in 30, then made four more birdies through eight holes, going to the tee of the par-5 ninth needing an eagle for 59. No player has ever lost a seven-stroke lead after three rounds in the PGA Tour.”I thought about it (59) on six and missed the putt”, Kisner said.
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His 188 combined score tied the record low for 54 holes on the PGA Tour, set by Steve Stricker at the 2010 John Deere Classic.Thomas led by at least four shots the entire round.However, the 38-year-old New Zealander looked scratchy in opening the third day with a seesawing effort on the back nine which included three birdies, a bogey and a double bogey. Former pitcher Mark Mulder was three points back, and defending champion Mardy Fish was third with 46 points.Joe Durant was second in the pro competition with 34 points, followed by Brandt Jobe at 33, and Kenny Perry at 32.The course remained so vulnerable that Kevin Kisner almost produced the second 59 of the week.Latin America Amateur: Alvaro Ortiz of Mexico and Toto Gana of Chile handled the breezy conditions to share the lead in the Latin America Amateur Championship and go into the final round with a spot in the Masters at stake.