PGA Tour: Brooks Koepka Defends First Place

Saturday's moving day continued after tournament tournament officials canceled the third round on Saturday. Before the final, Brooks Koepka defended his lead at the East Lake Golf Club.

PGA Tour: Brooks Koepka still ahead, the duo is hiding behind

In addition, in the third round of the 2019 Tour Championship, shooting was not very deep. Hideki Matsuyama scored the worst of the day with a score of 66 (-4) at the club, Dustin Johnson and Patrick Cantlay with five outclassings.

Brooks Koepka, who was first in the Moving Day standings, defended rank 1 Sunday in Atlanta. The world number one started weak, he was already over two years after three songs, but came back strong on Sunday. In the end, the batter fought four birdies during the round and defended first place at 15 under, behind him Xander Schauffele and Rory McIlroy lined up. While McIlroy stayed below par in two, Schauffele placed a 67 on the scoreboard. Both are one kilometer behind Koepka and have managed to reduce the gap between them and the other pursuers. Paul Casey and Justin Thomas are hiding under the average of under eleven.

Xander Schauffele with the rhythm of the day

In the second round, Chez Reavie delighted the crowd with an ace at the 9th hole and on Sunday, Xander Schauffele did the same. The 25-year-old also made his start on the ninth hole and then looked forward with Rory McIlroy for the sensational move.