Web.com Tour — Nothing but birdies will do on the second tier US circuit and first round leader Seamus Power finds himself six shots behind American Andy Winings heading into today's final round of the Air Capital Classic presented by Aetna in Kansas.
After opening with a seven under 63 in windy conditions, the West Waterford player has added a brace of level par 70s to his tally, posting two birdies and two bogeys yesterday to remain at seven under.
He's tied for 11th place in the event and at 68th in The 25, the money list race for 25 PGA Tour cards and still has a great chance of a big cheque or a run at the $108,000 jackpot at Crestview Country Club in Wichita.
A three hour weather delay on Friday did not help Power's chances, but he is still playing well heading into Sunday's final round.
Winnings' four under 66 got him to 13-under par, two better than Nicholas Lindheim (65) and three in front of Nebraska’s Scott Gutschewski (67) and Floridian Brett Stegmaier (67).
PGA Tour — Former Walker Cup player Brian Harman birded the 18th to card a 65 and take a one-shot lead over Bubba Watson and Graham DeLae after three rounds of the Travelers Championship in Connecticut.
Watson, who led by two at the start of the round, had just three birdies in soft conditions at TPC River Highlands.
“Today I just couldn't get my clubs right," Watson told PGATour.com. "I thought one would bounce and it didn't bounce. I thought one would not bounce and it bounced. So I just didn't have enough close birdie putts.”
Because of expected bad weather, players will go off in groups of three between 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. ET off both tees.