South Korean Sung-Jae Im, number 21 in the world, shares the lead of the Wyndham Championship with American rookie Brandon Wu after rain and thunderstorms interrupted the third round this Saturday in Greensboro, North Carolina, while Rafa Cabrera He finished burying his few options after signing a card of 72 hits, for a total of -1, and staying 11 hits from the head.
Wyndham Championship, results
The two leaders, who are -12 after eleven holes, are a shot ahead of another American-Korean duo: John Huh and Joohyung Kim. Im was leading the day with four birdies when Wu, seeking his first North American PGA Tour title, joined him in the lead with an eagle at No.
11. His 147-yard second approach shot bounced off the green, before hitting it just as the game-ending siren sounded for the second time. "It was a pretty crazy series of events," Wu said. "We were playing and the thunder rumbled.
We were just trying to focus on our shots. The fact that the eagle went down just as the siren went off was pretty special. I felt like a basketball player with a basket on the buzzer." 1. Sung-Jae Im (KOR) -12 (63-69- *hole 11)
Brandon Wu (USA) -12 (64-67- *hole 11)
3. John Huh (USA) -11 (61-71- *hole 11)
. Kim Joohyung (KOR) -11 (67-64- *hole 10)
5. Kiradech Aphibarnrat (THA) -10 (72-65-63)
. Russell Henley (USA) -10 (67-65- *hole 11)
. Anirban Lahiri (IND) -10 (66-67- *hole 11)
Ryan Moore (USA) -10 (65-66- *hole 10)
. Davis Riley (USA) -10 (67-66- *hole 11)
. Brian Stuard (USA) -10 (65-68- *hole 11)
Rafa Cabrera (ESP) -1 (65-72-72) Rafael "Rafa" Cabrera-Bello, born in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria on May 25, 1984, is a Spanish professional golfer who plays on the European tour.
He won two victories there at the Austrian Golf Open in 2009 and the Omega Dubai Desert Classic in 2012. In 2016 he ranked fifth in the Olympic golf tournament. He is part of the European team for the 2016 Ryder Cup.