|-16 W Clark (US); -14 X Schauffele (US); -11 A Scott (Aus), T Hatton (Eng); -10 H English (US), T Fleetwood (Eng), S-J Im (Kor); -9 B Todd (US)|
|Chosen others: -8 J Thomas (US); -7 S Energy (Ire); -2 M Fitzpatrick (Eng); -1 R McIlroy (NI); E C Tarren (Eng)|
England’s Tyrrell Hatton slipped down the leaderboard as Wyndham Clark took a two-shot lead into the ultimate spherical of the Wells Fargo Championship.
American Clark, chasing his first PGA title, carded an eight-under-par 63 to maneuver to 16 underneath at Quail Hole in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Compatriot Xander Schauffele is 2 pictures behind after a spherical of 64.
Hatton had shared the lead in a single day with Clark and Nate Lashley however a three-under 68 put him behind.
He’s tied for third on 11 underneath par with Australia’s Adam Scott, whereas fellow Englishman Tommy Fleetwood is in a three-way tie an extra stroke behind.
Clark, 29, made eight birdies in a bogey-free spherical, whereas his taking part in companion Schauffele, one shot adrift after spherical two, went 4 underneath during the last 5 holes to spice up his probabilities of an eighth win on the Tour.
“I felt like I used to be actually mentally sturdy,” Clark stated. “It is a high-pressure, powerful golf course and early on guys had been making birdies.
“I simply stayed actually affected person and I used to be, as they are saying, form of within the zone and actually centered on the market.”