As it stated in Adam Hadwin stretched his lead at the top of the leaderboard following the third round of the Valspar Championship in Florida.
Two more Americans made up the top five with Dominic Bozzelli and JJ Henry, who carded a second successive round of 67.
American Patrick Cantlay is in second place following five birdies in a round of 66, overtaking countryman and leader after the first round Jim Herman, who replicated his second round of 71 and is on nine under.
Meanwhile Graeme McDowell and Seamus Power both sit one one under par after shooting a third round 70 and 72 respectively, leaving the pair in a share of 35th place.
Reigning Race to Dubai champion Henrik Stenson is level with Henry on seven under while South African Charl Schwartzel has made a move up the leaderboard with his round of 67, despite bogeying the sixth and 10th holes.
as informed in 15 and 16 before getting back to par for the day by making a 16-foot birdie putt at the par-3 No.
He rolled in a 33-foot birdie putt on the par-4 12th hole and then topped that with a 55-footer on the par-3 15th hole.
Adam Hadwin put himself in position for first PGA Tour victory with a 4-under-par 67 on Saturday that gave him a four-shot lead after three rounds at the Valspar Championship in Palm Harbor, Fla.
Cantlay turned in the best round of the day with his 66, which he capped with a 31-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole.
The 25-year-old is playing in just his second tournament this year.
Adam Hadwin opens up four-shot lead at Valspar Championship
as informed in Beef joins Sarah Stirk at the Sky Cart to review Adam Hadwin’s flawless third-round 67 that took him four clear at the Valspar ChampionshipAdam Hadwin produced a flawless performance to open up a four-shot lead after the third round of the Valspar Championship in Tampa.
But the day belonged to Hadwin as he maintained the form that saw him surge into the halfway lead with a remarkable back-nine 28 in the second round.
The Open champion remained at seven under alongside PGA Tour veteran JJ Henry, who enjoyed a run of five birdies in seven holes around the turn in a 67 which propelled him 15 places up the leaderboard.
Adam Hadwin will go into the final round of the Valspar Championship with a four-shot leadPatrick Cantlay, back on the PGA Tour after a three-year absence due to a troublesome back injury, raced up the leaderboard and into outright second after he returned a brilliant 66, but Open champion Henrik Stenson goes into the final day seven behind Hadwin following another frustrating 71.
Live PGA Tour Golf Live onThe 29-year-old, chasing his first PGA Tour victory, looked in danger of blotting his card at the last after pulling his three-wood left from the tee, but he hit a good second from the rough to the fringe and nailed a confident six-foot putt for his par.
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