Sungjae Im and Brandon Wu tied for lead in PGA Tour weather-delayed Wyndham Championship | Golf News


Play was twice suspended at the Wyndham Championship due to lightning; Before the delays, South Korean Sungjae Im had four under through 11 holes to tie the lead at 12 under. American Brandon Wu was also at 12 under, after landing an eagle two on the 11th

Last update: 22/08/07 12:27

South Korea’s Sung-Jae Im tied for lead with Brandon Wu at weather-affected Wyndham Championship

South Korean Sungjae Im and American rookie Brandon Wu are tied at the top of the Wyndham Championship standings, which was suspended due to dangerous weather conditions in Greensboro, North Carolina on Saturday.

Play was suspended twice in the third round on Saturday, the first at 12:20 p.m. EST and the second at 4:15 p.m. at Sedgefield Country Club.

The first delay lasted an hour and five minutes before the round resumed.

The 74 players who have not yet completed the third round will resume on Sunday at 7.30am (12.30pm UK time). Tee times for the final round will consist of three-way matches on separate tee times starting at approximately 10:15 a.m. local time (3:15 p.m. UK time).

Im and Wu are seated at 12 under for the tournament midway through their third round. Im was 4 under for the day on 11 holes while Wu was 3 under, also on 11 holes.

American rookie Wu shares the lead at under 12, after picking up an Eagle

American rookie Wu shares the lead at under 12, after picking up an Eagle

John Huh and Joohyung Kim are just behind at 11 under while six players are tied for fifth at 10 under, just two shots back.

One of those golfers, Kiradech Aphibarnrat of Thailand, finished his third round with a score of seven under 63 to move up the standings.

Im had carded four birdies with a bogey through 11 holes when play was suspended. Im looking for his third PGA Tour victory.

Wu posted a bogey on the No. 2 but then netted two birdies and an eagle on the No. 11 when play was called off. Wu is looking for his first tour victory in his 36th start.

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Will Zalatoris also finished his round, recording a 66 to move into a tie for 15th at seven under. Zalatoris parted ways with his caddy, Ryan Goble, after Friday’s second round.

“It was the hardest decision I’ve had to make in my golfing career,” Zalatoris said Saturday. “Ryan is a brother for life. We had a tough month together and it was starting to affect our relationship.

“Obviously you can tell how difficult this decision was for me, especially the timing, but I think it was just getting a bit unhealthy for both of us and obviously it hurts.”

Zalatoris said Joel Stock will be on his bag during the FedExCup playoffs.


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