Byung-hoon Ahn, 32, has raised hopes of a third top-10 finish of the season at the Charles Schwab Challenge ($8.7 million) on the US Professional Golf Association (PGA) Tour.

Ahn made one birdie and three bogeys in the third round of the tournament at the par-70 Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth, Texas (USA), on Monday (28 July) and is tied for sixth place at five-under-par 205. Dropped two spots from the previous day but remains within striking distance of a top-10 finish.

Harry Hall (England) and Adam Schecter (USA), who are both on 10-under-par 200, will head into the final day at the top of the leaderboard.

Starting on the par-five first hole, Ahn started the day in good spirits with a two-putt birdie after a two-on, but then dropped two strokes with three bogeys and no birdies.

Ahn has two top-10 finishes this season, a tie for fourth at the Fortinet Championship, which opened the 2022-2023 season last September, and a tie for sixth at the Valero Texas Open earlier this month. He is 58th in the FedEx Rankings, and a top-10 finish in this tournament could help him move up the rankings. 메이저사이트

Kim, 28, who is looking for her second win of the season since the Sony Open in January, carded a birdie and three bogeys on the day to finish at even par and tied for 16th with a 3-under 207 total, looking for her fifth top-10 of the season. Kim was runner-up at the AT&T Byron Nelson two weeks ago. He is one shot out of the top 10.

Lee, 32, dropped two strokes on the day to finish at 2-over par 212 and slipped 40 spots to a tie for 59th.

Harris English (USA) is in sole possession of third place, one shot off the lead, at 9-under par 201, while Scottie Schaeffler (USA) finished the third round in a tie for 10th place at 4-under par 206.

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