Prattville, AL (SportsNetwork.com) – Mi Jung Hur fired a 5-under 67 on
Saturday and she joined Paula Reto in the lead after three rounds of the
Yokohama Tire LPGA Classic.
Reto carded a 2-under 70 in round three. The duo ended 54 holes tied at 15-
under-par 201. They shared ninth place three weeks ago in Portland.
Kris Tamulis had the low round of the day as she fired a 7-under 65 at the
Senator Course on the RTJ Golf Trail’s Capitol Hill Golf Club. She joined
world No. 1 Stacy Lewis (70) in third place at minus-11. Lewis continue
Ponte Vedra Beach, FL (SportsNetwork.com) – Derek Fathauer carded a 3-under 67
on Saturday and he moved 1-stroke clear of the field after 54 holes of the
Web.com Tour Championship.
Fathauer finished three rounds at 12-under-par 198. He will go for his first
tour win on Sunday. Fathauer’s total of 198 missed the tournament’s 54-hole
scoring record by one stroke.
The second round was completed earlier Saturday after play was suspended by
darkness on Friday night. There was a weather delay on Friday and another
during the third round on Saturday.
First- and second-round leader Zac Blair stumbled to continue
City of Newport, Wales (SportsNetwork.com) – Joost Luiten carded a third-
round, 6-under 65 on Saturday to claim the lead once again at the Wales Open.
Luiten, who was the first-round leader, finished 54 holes at 14-under-par 199
and he is one shot ahead of second-round leader Shane Lowry. Luiten has three
wins on the European Tour, with two of them coming last season.
Lowry, who entered the day with a 1-shot lead over Luiten, is in sole
possession of second place at continue
Oahu, HI (SportsNetwork.com) – Tom Pernice, Jr. fired a course-record, 12-
under 60 on Friday and soared into the lead after one round of the Pacific
Links Hawaii Championship.
Pernice earned his third tour win earlier this year at the Principal Charity
Classic. His 60 bettered the previous course record of 64. Mark Wiebe set that
mark last year at Kapolei Golf Course en route to winning the title.
“Well you know, I got off to a good start. I hit two good shots into 10 continue
Ponte Vedra Beach, FL (SportsNetwork.com) – Zac Blair was three strokes clear
of the field on Friday when play was suspended for the day at the Web.com Tour
Blair was 5-under par through 15 holes, and stood at 12-under par for the
tournament. Blair is well down the money list, and needs at least a top-six
finish to get inside the top 25 on the finals series money list and earn his
PGA Tour card for next season.
There was a 1-hour, 18-minute weather delay earlier in the day. Play was later
called for the day due to continue