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    Wyndham Championship Saturday leaderboard and FedEx Cup bubble watch 

    Sungjae Im hits a shot on Saturday through the third spherical of the Wyndham Championship.

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    A pacesetter who completed with a hole-out from 147 yards. Rain, thunder and lightning. And bubble boys. Saturday’s play on the Wyndham Championship at Sedgefield Nation Membership in Greensboro, N.C., ran the gamut. Let’s have a look.

    Full leaderboard right here. 

    Sungjae Im and Brandon Wu lead 

    Whereas the story of the day was the storms — third-round play was stopped at about 4:15 p.m. ET and was ultimately postponed till Sunday — the shot of the day got here at about 4:14. 

    Then, from the 147 out on the par-4 eleventh, Brandon Wu dropped his iron shot about 20 toes in need of the pin, his ball rolled these 20 toes, and it dropped for an eagle two — and it gave him a share of the lead when the horns sounded. Wu and Sungjae Im shared a one-stroke lead, at 12-under, whereas John Huh and Joohyung Kim are two pictures again, and Kiradech Aphibarnrat, Brian Stuard, Anirban Lahiri, Davis Riley, Russell Henley and Ryan Moore are three behind. 

    Rain, thunder and lightning 

    Of the 86 gamers who made the lower, solely 12 accomplished their rounds, together with Aphibarnrat, who made seven birdies and no bogeys on his solution to a seven-under 63. 

    Among the many different 9 gamers who have been inside three pictures of the lead or higher, all have been underneath par for the day when play was stopped. Im was four-under, and Wu three-under; Huh was three-under, and Kim was two-under; and Stuard, Lahiri and Riley have been three-under, Henley two-under and Moore one-under. 

    FedEx Cup bubble 

    The Wyndham is also the final occasion of the Tour’s common season, with the highest 125 gamers within the season-long FedEx Cup standings transferring on to the beginning of subsequent week’s playoffs. So who’s on the bubble?

    Based on the Tour’s dwell tracker, gamers No. 120-130 on Saturday night time have been: No. 120 Stuard; No. 121 Lucas Glover (who’s two-over by way of 14 and is tied for 61st); No. 122 Webb Simpson (who withdrew on Friday); No. 123 Kramer Hickok (one-under by way of 16 and tied for thirty fifth); No. 124 Nick Taylor (one-under by way of 17 and tied for 66th); No. 125 Justin Decrease (four-under by way of 15 and tied for twenty third); No. 126 Rickie Fowler (who missed the lower); No. 127 Matt Wallace (who missed the lower); No. 128 Austin Smotherman (who missed the lower); No. 129 Danny Willett (who missed the lower); and No. 130 Nick Hardy (who missed the lower). 

    Notably, the dwell tracker doesn’t embody any of the gamers who’ve left for LIV Golf and are suspended. It’s unclear how the standings will formally take care of Sunday’s play, although Golf Digest is reporting that the playoffs will embody 125 Tour gamers. 

    Additionally to be decided is the destiny of the three LIV gamers — Talor Gooch, Hudson Swafford and Matt Jones — who’ve petitioned a courtroom to concern a brief restraining order permitting their participation within the playoffs. That case might be heard on Tuesday.     

    The Tour’s dwell tracker may be discovered right here.   

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