On March 20, Jones, three strokes behind the top of the table after 36 holes, went up to the top with a score of -10 and led three strokes after 54 holes at the PGA Tour event in Florida.

Matt Jones hit the ball from the Honda Classic six-round three-round rough grass on March 20.  Photo: AP

Matt Jones hit the ball from the Honda Classic six-round three-round rough grass on March 20. Image: AP

On the opening day of March 18, Jones hit 61 strokes – a record 18 holes in 49 years of history. It also culminated in the opening round of 13 years with nearly 6,000 rounds since 2007 – when Champion, Par70 of the PGA National golf complex was selected as the annual tournament venue.

As a result, Jones led the team for the title at -9 and led three strokes against T2 including Aaron Wise and Russell Henley. But on the second leg, Wise hit 64 strokes like the first day to take Jones’ position with an equal advantage. At this point, Wise scored -12.

Yesterday, when he finished the fifth hole, he led to six strokes. But at the end of the round, Wise fell back to T2 and Jones reached the top of the board with a score of -10. Because Wise lost fire for 13 holes and Jones chose a safe strategy on a field with lots of lakes and lots of wind.

“Normally, I’m the bold type on the pitch. But when the wind is strong, I choose the low ball and hit it carefully,” Jones said of his third round of play. At this stage, he hit 69 sticks, including three birdies and two bogeys. Including 18 holes, golfers born in 1980 saved only one club.

Wise, on the other hand, fell from the par4 six. This hole, he lost the ball and then double bogey later. In the next four holes, the Australian players both missed the fairway and double the bogey hole.

Wise polished from the Honda Classic three-round three-round bunker on March 20.  Photo: AP

Wise polished from the Honda Classic three-round three-round bunker on March 20. Image: AP

In contrast, Jones stood T1 with Wise after the 14th birdie. The remaining four holes, Jones were both par and Wise had three bogeys. By the end of the third match, Jones dominated the top of the table while Wise was at T2 with former major champion JB Holmes. After T2, nine players are five strokes away, including two Asian representatives including CT Pan with T4 (score -6) and defending champion Im Sung-jae in T7 (score -5). Pan is in his best form in the penultimate round – 65 strokes, thereby jumping 38 steps to T4.

In theory, the candidate list is currently comprised of 11 players.

And in the last seven times, only two cases kept the top of the table after 54 holes and then won the final and five players upstream went up to the crown. The group “straight ahead” had Adam Scott in T1 in 2016 and Rickie Fowler led four strokes in 2017. Five players to turn the game around were Im, Keith Mitchell, Justin Thomas, Padraig Harrington and Russell Henley. Last year, Im three strokes away from the top of the table after three rounds but ended up holding the Cup at -6, earning $ 1.26 million.

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