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McNealy and Knous co-lead the Fortinet tournament

McNealy and Knous co-lead the Fortinet tournament

TheAmericans Mavericks McNeely and Jim Knoss They capitalized on their good short game and finished off the third round of the Fortinet, on the PGA Tour, sharing the lead after accumulating 202 strokes (-14), two short of a group of five golfers averaging 204 (-12).

Among them, the Chilean The legend of Pereira, the only Latin American player left in the competition, after the Argentine was eliminated in the second round Emiliano Grillo and the Colombian Sebastian Banana.

The same happened to the Spaniards John Ram, number one in the world, suffers from health problems That ended with a cumulative record of 143 (-1) two-strokes (-3).

Knous had eight birds, five in the first nine slots, and then was held though a bogey in 12 which allowed him to level with McNealy, the second-round leader.

McNealy finished with four bogeys in the first nine holes and then closed in with three in a row giving him a record 70 (-2) rounds.

his countrymen Max Homa (65, -7), Scott Stallings (67, -5), Troy Merritt (69) and Beau Hausler (70) With Pereira (70, -2) they shared third place.

Ten other players, including the American Phil Mickelson (67), they are 4 shots behind for the final round.

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