US round up - Power six off the pace in Wichita; Harman powers up in Travelers
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.
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Padraig Harrington made the delayed halfway cut with relative ease but then slipped back to 70th of the 74 survivors after a one over 71 in Saturday’s third round in the Travelers Championship.
The 39-year old needed to pick up two shots in the last 12 holes of his delayed second round to make the projected three under par cut at TPC River Highlands.
He did that with a shot to spare as he carded a three under 67 by combinin some rapier-like iron play and sometimes excellent putting with the occasional wild tee shot and several squandered opportunities.
Given the up and down nature of his game and his lack of true confidence, he was never a factor in the afternoon and finished the day 11 shots behind Swede Fredrik Jacobson, who shot a fine 63 to lead by a stroke from American Bryce Molder on 16 under par.
Harrington in cut battle at Travelers
Padraig Harrington will resume his weather-delayed second round in the Travelers Championship today needing to pick up at least two shots in 12 holes to survive the cut.
The good news is that he will re-start facing a four footer for birdie at the seventh that should ease his burden.