Tour Championship

  • September 20 - 23, 2018
  • East Lake Golf Club - Atlanta, GA
  • Par 70
    Yards 7,362
  • Purse $9,000,000
    Defending Champion Xander Schauffele
  • 67°
  • Precipitation: 25%
    Wind: N 0 mph
    Gust: 1 mph

Round 3 - Play Complete

1-Tiger WoodsT. Woods-12-5F656865--198--0-
T21Rory McIlroyR. McIlroy-9-4F676866--201--0-
T21Justin RoseJ. Rose-9-2F666768--201--0-
T44Kyle StanleyK. Stanley-6-3F696867--204--0-
T4-Jon RahmJ. Rahm-6-2F686868--204--0-
T69Paul CaseyP. Casey-5-4F687166--205--0-
T64Tony FinauT. Finau-5-3F677167--205--0-
T62Billy HorschelB. Horschel-5-1F716569--205--0-
T96Aaron WiseA. Wise-4-3F706967--206--0-
T96Dustin JohnsonD. Johnson-4-3F697067--206--0-
T91Gary WoodlandG. Woodland-4-2F667268--206--0-
T91Xander SchauffeleX. Schauffele-4-2F687068--206--0-
T95Justin ThomasJ. Thomas-4EF676970--206--0-
141Webb SimpsonW. Simpson-3-2F697068--207--0-
155Tommy FleetwoodT. Fleetwood-2EF696970--208--0-
166Hideki MatsuyamaH. Matsuyama-1+1F726671--209--0-
T174Marc LeishmanM. LeishmanE-2F736968--210--0-
T174Patton KizzireP. KizzireE-2F717168--210--0-
T173Jason DayJ. DayE-1F687369--210--0-
T179Rickie FowlerR. FowlerE+3F657273--210--0-
T216Bryson DeChambeauB. DeChambeau+2-4F717566--212--0-
T213Cameron SmithC. Smith+2-1F707369--212--0-
T212Kevin NaK. Na+2+2F726872--212--0-
T2117Patrick CantlayP. Cantlay+2+6F716576--212--0-
T255Brooks KoepkaB. Koepka+4-3F697867--214--0-
T25-Francesco MolinariF. Molinari+4-1F707569--214--0-
T27-Keegan BradleyK. Bradley+5-1F737369--215--0-
T276Bubba WatsonB. Watson+5+3F707273--215--0-
292Patrick ReedP. Reed+8+2F727472--218--0-
305Phil MickelsonP. Mickelson+11+6F737276--221--0-


trey wingo @wingoz

There's a reason Justin Rose is #1 in the world... he's not going to give in. Tremendous comeback after that bogey-bogey start

Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer 

Even with a bogey, it was an amazing nine holes for Tiger Woods at East Lake on Saturday. He started his round with 5 straight 3s, made 6 birdies and and shot 30 after a bogey at the long par-3 ninth. He is -12 and 4 strokes ahead of Justin Rose heading to the back at the Tour Championship.