JDC Saturday Blog: Leaders and Notes
Updated Saturday at 4:45 p.m. –
Round three ends with Daniel Summerhays in the lead as players go into the final round on Sunday.
Summerhays is leading at 19-under par, followed by David Hearn at 17-under par, and Zach Johnson at 16-under.
Updated Saturday at 4:32 p.m. –
Finished with Round three, David Hearn stands in second at 17-under par for the tournamenet, and seven-under for the day.
Zach Johnson, at four-under for the round birdied his 17th hole, bumping him up to 16-under par in third place. J.J. Henry and Jerry Kelly are tied in fourth place at 15-under par.
Updated Saturday at 3:52 p.m. –
Finishing Round three at 19-under par, Daniel Summerhays holds the top spot, as the rest of the golfers approach the end of the course.
David Hearn, still holding second place is 17-under par, seven-under for the round. He has made four birdies on the back nine.
Jerry Kelly- through 17 holes- and Zach Johnson- through 15 holes- are at 15-under par along with J.J. Henry who finished at six-under for Round three.
Updated Saturday at 3:52 p.m. –
Daniel Summerhays continues to lead the field at 18-under par for the tournament. Through 16 holes, Summerhays is at 8-under par for Round three.
Following two strokes back at 16-under is David Hearn, through 16 holes.
Also through 16 holes is Jerry Kelly at 15-under for the tournament and five-under for the round.
Nicholas Thompson finished Round three at 14-under par, seven-under for the round.
On hole 18, Steve Stricker hit stroke number two into the water, resulting in a penalty stroke. Stricker hit the ball back onto the green, one inch from the cup, ending with a bogey for the hole.
Updated Saturday at 3:23 p.m. –
Jerry Kelly has pulled away, standing alone in second place at 15-under par.
Through 14 holes, Kelly is at five-under par for Round three.
Nicholas Thompson and David Hearn also remain at 14-under par, and Zach Johnson dropped to 13-under after a bogey on hole 11.
Chris Kirk and Lucas Glover are also at 13-under par for the tournament, through holes 14 and 12, respectively.
Glover has made one birdie during Round three for a one-under par for the round. Kirk has made five birdies and hit one bogey on hole one and stands at four-under par for the round.
Updated Saturday at 3:10 p.m. –
Jerry Kelly has joined the group at 14-under par after making a birdie on the 13th hole. Kelly is at four-under par for Round three.
Patrick Reed birdied hole ten and is at one-under par, standing 13-under par for the tournament.
Zach Johnson, at two under par for Round three, is tied in second at 14-under par along with Kelly, Nicholas Thompson and David Hearn.
Thompson is on hole 18, standing at seven-under par for the round.
Updated Saturday at 3 p.m. –
Nicholas Thompson has joined Zach Johnson and David Hearn at 14-under par.
Thompson is through 17 holes and at seven-under par for Round three.
Updated Saturday at 2:40 p.m. –
Daniel Summerhays has made two birdies on the back nine and is 16-under par for the tournament through 11 holes.
David Hearn and Zach Johnson hold second place at 14-under par. Hearn is at four-under par for Round three, Johnson is two-under.
Chez Reavie is moving up the field through hole 12 at four-under par for the round. He has made five birdies and one bogey throughout the day.
Updated Saturday at 2:22 p.m. –
After a birdie on hole 10, Daniel Summerhays jumped another stroke under par, standing at 15-under par for the tournament.
Six contenders are two strokes back at 13-under par, including Zach Johnson, Lucas Glover, David Hearn, Jerry Kelly, J.J. Henry, and Nicholas Thompson.
Updated Saturday at 2:17 p.m. –
Nicholas Thompson birdied hole 13 bumping him up to a six-under par Round three. He has made five birdies, one eagle and shot one bogey in this round.
Thompson is currently at 13-under par for the tournament, just one stroke behind the leader, Daniel Summerhays.
Updated Saturday at 2:10 p.m. —
Daniel Summerhays has moved up through the ranks and has taken over first place at 14-under par.
Through hole nine, Summerhays has made five birdies and shot one bogey. He is four-under par for Round three.
Johnson is through six holes and is at one-under par for the round. On hole six he hit his first bogey in nine bogey-free rounds.
David Hearn, through nine holes, is at three-under for the round.
Updated Saturday at 1:45 p.m. —
David Hearn has made his way up to share the top spot with Zach Johnson. Through six holes, Hearn is at four-under par, making four birdies along the way.
Johnson and Hearn are both at 14-under par for the tournament.
Johnson parred on the first hole, and eagled on the second.
Through 16 holes, Patrick Rogers is at seven-under par after making seven birdies. He stands tied for third place at 13-under par.
Nicholas Thompson, through 11 holes is at five-under par. After four birdies and one bogey, Thompson eagled hole 10 and is at 12- under par for the tournament.
Updated Saturday at 1:08 p.m. –
After a par on hole one and an eagle on two, Zach Johnson, has risen above the field taking first place at 14-under par. Johnson stands at two-under par for the round.
Patrick Reed is one stroke behind Johnson after a birdie on hole two.
Updated Saturday at 1:05 p.m. –
Patrick Rogers has taken the lead at 13-under par. Through 12 holes, Rogers has shot seven-under par for his third round at John Deere Classic.
J.J. Henry is at 12-under par for the tournament. Through five holes, he is at three-under par for the round.
Also moving his way up the leaderboard is Daniel Summerhays at 12-under par. Through four holes of Round three, Summerhays is at two-under par.
Patrick Reed and Zach Johnson have teed-off and are through the first hole at par. Lucas Glover, through hole two is also at par.
Nine contenders are currently at 12-under.
Chez Reavie, through five holes is at two-under par for the round, 11-under for the tournament.
Updated Saturday at 12:32 p.m. –
The three-way tie for top spot has now turned in to a five-way tie as Morgan Hoffmann and Patrick Rogers work through Round three.
Hoffmann, through hole 17 is eight-under par for the round. He has made his way up the leaderboard after finishing Round one at three-over par.
Rogers, through hole ten is six-under for the day.
The five leaders are at 12-under par.
Updated Saturday at 12:18 p.m. –
Finished with Round three, Jason Bohn and Erik Compton stand beneath the leaders at 11-under par for the tournament. Both shot seven-under par for the round and have made their way up the ranks today.
Morgan Hoffmann, through hole 16 also has shot seven-under for the day and is at 11-under for the tournament.
Scott Brown is on the last hole and at six-under for the day, ten-under overall. Brown eagled hole 17 and made five birdies and hit one bogey during Round three, a great improvement from his previous two rounds.
Updated Saturday at 11:10 a.m. –
In the morning crowd, Jason Bohn has moved up beneath our three leaders in the field at 11-under par for the tournament.
Bohn, through 16 holes, is at seven-under par for the day. In Round three he has made eight birdies and hit one bogey.
Remaining at nine-under par overall, Robert Streb is at five-under for the day through 14 holes.
Original story published Saturday, July 13, 2013 at 10:25 a.m. –
Round three started on Saturday, July 13 with 72 golfers left in the John Deere Classic tournament.
After a morning tee-time, Robert Streb has moved up the leaderboard and stands at five-under par in Round three through ten holes.
Steven Bowditch is four-under par through six holes in Round three.
Both are at nine-under for the tournament.
Round two ended with a three-way tie between Lucas Glover- who tees- off at 12:31 p.m., Zach Johnson, and Patrick Reed who tee-off at 12:40. They will start the round at 12-under par.
Matt Jones, who stood in second at the end of Round two is starting the round at 11-under par.