|-10 H Corridor (Eng), A Schenk (US); – 9 H English (US); -6 E Grillo (Arg), J Suh (US)|
|Chosen others: -4 S Scheffler (US), A Rai (Eng); -3 J Rose (Eng); -1 L Donald (Eng); +7 R Knox (Sco)|
Two excellent putts on the ultimate two holes helped England’s Harry Corridor preserve a share of the lead on the Charles Schwab Problem in Texas after a poor third spherical practically derailed his title cost.
Corridor, bidding for a primary win on the PGA Tour, led by three photographs in a single day.
However back-to-back double bogeys on the sixth and seventh holes noticed him slip to 4 over par for his spherical.
After key putts from round 10 toes on the final two holes, he shares the lead on 10 below with American Adam Schenk.
On the seventeenth, Corridor performed his method shot simply inside 10 toes and holed the birdie putt to maneuver again to 2 over for the day at Colonial Nation Membership in Fort Value.
And on the final, he calmly transformed a putt of over 10 toes for par, having missed the inexperienced after which performed a poor chip shot.
“To be T1 is fairly cool, particularly after that entrance 9,” world quantity 197 Corridor stated.
“It goes to point out how arduous the course is, and I did a superb job battling it again and getting these two birdies on that again 9.”
The 25-year-old added: “After two double bogeys, I used to be nonetheless within the event. It left me with some hope. I managed to carry it again a little bit bit.”
Schenk can be aiming to win his first PGA title after a three-under-par 67 together with back-to-back birdies at the beginning.
“It was a kind of days the place proper the place we have been wanting was proper the place I truly hit it,” the 31-year-old stated. “It does not occur fairly often, however it’s good when it does.”
Fellow American Harris English is one shot again after lacking an eight-foot par putt at the18th, having earlier nailed a 40-foot birdie putt on the sixteenth.
World primary Scottie Scheffler bogeyed three of the final 5 holes and is six photographs again, together with Aaron Rai, the perfect of the opposite British contenders.