Andrew Landry, Cameron Tringale tied for lead at John Deere Classic

Ruben Hill
July 14, 2019

Cameron Tringale and Andrew Landry share the lead heading into the final round of the John Deere Classic, while Ireland's Seamus Power endured a disappointing third round.

All eyes will be on 3M Open victor Matthew Wolff when the John Deere Classic gets underway at TPC Deere Run. Landry, who sole PGA win, was the Valero Texas Open a year ago, had a 67.

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Four golfers are tied for fifth at 14 under, including Nick Watney (64) - who continues to have an under-the-radar solid season. Chris Stroud (66), Lucas Glover (69) and Roger Sloan (67) were 13 under.

While Landry battled fatigue, Tringale had to control his mind after bogeying the first hole.

Second-round leader Jhonattan Vegas stumbled to a 76 and fell to 8 under.

"I had a couple of down years and so to get in this position is exciting and re-proving to myself that I belong".

Haas, who hasn't won since 2015, was a passenger in a vehicle last February when driver and friend, Mark Gibello, was killed on a winding road outside Riviera Country Club in Los Angeles. Haas walked away largely unscathed.

The Waterford man hit three birdies throughout the front and back nine, but his progress was hindered by two double bogeys and three bogeys.

"I don't know if it ever leaves you".

Off since missing the cuts in the Memorial and U.S. Open in June, the three-time PGA tour victor from Venezuela said he "found something really good" on the range Thursday after an opening 67.

Moore, who has five PGA wins, finished birdie- eagle-birdie.

Seven strokes behind Goosen at the start of the day, Parel birdied two of the last three holes - holing a 30-footer on the par-4 18th - for 3-under 67 and a one-stroke lead over Goosen at Firestone Country Club.

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