Malnati leads Wells Fargo; Woods makes cut

Malnati leads Wells Fargo; Woods makes cut

"What we do here is more than just the people that come out to watch the golfers", she answered.

Tough setups made the back nine harder the first two days than it was on Saturday, and the vulnerable back nine was taken over with low scores by Day and many other players in the third round.

Peter Uihlein set the pace early, playing Nos.

Rookie Aaron Wise had tracked Day for most of the afternoon but bogeys on two of his last three holes dropped him into a tie for third with Peter Uihlein, who narrowly missed the course record with a nine-under 62, Bryson DeChambeau (66) and Englishman Paul Casey (69).

McIlroy's score came before a course change at Quail Hollow, when par was 72. Now it's a stout 71.

"I've always enjoyed the golf course, through the different variations of it, from 2010 all the way up until now". "I don't really have a ton to lose, just kind of playing golf".

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The Northern Irishman mixed five bogeys with a double bogey and two birdies on a rollercoaster day.

Phil Mickelson also took advantage of softer greens to shoot seven-under 64 and move into 10th at five-under 208. "It got to the point where I needed to see a bit of daylight and get outside and go for walks and start to do my usual thing and then it sort of went away". He finished the tournament with a birdie-less final round, after tallying a personal high of six birdies Saturday.

Peterson and his wife had their first child, Luke, back in October and that, coupled with the PGA Tour lifestyle, is why the American is keen end his professional career. 14 and 15 that moved him to 10 under par. It effectively secured two more rounds. Whether the players found it more to their liking, however, was a question of individual taste.

The 42-year-old Woods made some significant progress in that area Saturday shooting a 3-under 68, but he was nine strokes behind leader Jason Day entering the final round of the Wells Fargo Championship and all but out of contention.

He was in a tie for 23rd when he finished, but he will nearly certainly be lower by the end of the day, as players are taking advantage of soft conditions. "I definitely would take either".

Jason Day stands two shots ahead at Wells Fargo Championship. After a flat 2017 that was dulled by worries over his mother's health and a mild case of burnout after grinding to the top of the world, Day has returned with a renewed desire and focus this year. "It was nowhere near as disappointing the experience I had there a few years ago so it was much easier to get over".