Byung-hoon Ahn (KOR) recorded one birdie and three bogeys for a three-day total of five-under-par 205 and a share of sixth place alongside Victor Hovlan (NOR) and David Lipsky (USA) on the third day of the Charles Schwab Challenge ($8.7 million) on the United States Professional Golf (PGA) Tour, which concluded today (28 August) at Colonial Country Club (Par 70, 7209 yards) in Fort Worth, Texas, USA.
After starting the day in a tie for seventh place, Ahn opened up his chances of winning the tournament with a tie for fourth place on day two and a tie for sixth place on day three, five shots off the lead.
On the par-5 first hole (545 yards), Ahn put his second shot on the green and his eagle putt from seven metres from the pin came up just short, grazing the right side of the hole for birdie. It would be his first and last birdie of the third round.스포츠토토
Ahn bogeyed the fifth and eighth holes and added a third bogey on the 18th to finish with a two-over-par 72.
Meanwhile, Adam Shank (USA) and Harry Hall (England) are tied for the lead at 10-under-par 200.
Harris English (USA) is one shot back in third place at 9-under par 201, while Justin Seo (USA) is tied for fourth at 6-under par 204 with Emiliano Grillo (Argentina).
Kim Si-woo (KOR) was unable to reduce his score with three birdies and three bogeys to finish with a three-under-par 207 total and a share of 16th place alongside Max Homa (USA) and Justin Rose (GBR).
Lee lost five shots in the third round alone to finish tied for 59th at 2-over par.
Replays of day three of the Charles Schwab Challenge will be available on JTBC Golf & Sport from 11.30am, with the final round available live from 2am on the 29th.