Wesley Bryan takes RBC Heritage in SC homecoming

DeLaet, who shared the 36-hole lead with Luke Donald, bogey the 18th hole and shot a two-under 69 that placed him alone in second, one stroke behind Dufner.

Donald also shot 67 to reach 10-under 132, two in front of Ian Poulter and Webb Simpson.

Graham DeLaet always loved playing at Harbour Town Golf Links, but rarely got the results he thought he should - until this week. And that's obviously what I needed to do to play some good golf.

Donald on the other hand, has finished in the Top 3 in six of his last eight appearances.

This is DeLaet's first time leading or sharing a lead in any event after 54 holes.

Russell Henley continued his recent run of top-flight golf with a 66 to join a group that included former US Open victor Webb Simpson and Ian Poulter.

Former world number one Luke Donald, looking to break through at the RBC Heritage after many close calls, shot a six-under-par 65 that left him two shots off the lead after the opening round in SC on Thursday.

DULUTH, Ga. - Bob Tway bogeyed two of the last three holes for a 7-under 65 and the first-round lead Friday in the PGA Tour Champions' Mitsubishi Electric Classic. Adam Hadwin posted a five-under 66 to keep himself within striking distance of the leaders in large part because of his eagle on the ninth-his final hole of the round after starting on the back nine.

Cauley hadn't made many waves at Harbour Town his first three visits with two missed cuts and only one round in the 60s.

The Irishman had six third-round birdies, including on the last hole, to get to 8 under overall and increase his advantage over second-placed Renato Paratore.

DeLaet is seeking his first PGA victory following three wins in his native Canada and one in South Africa.

Meanwhile, France's Gregory Havret shot a second straight round of 70 and moved one stroke clear on six under par at the Trophee Hassan II's halfway point despite finishing with back-to-back bogeys.

Overnight leader Jason Dufner had dropped four shots to fall three back of the pace.

Oahu, United States: South Korea's Kim In-Kyung vaulted into a share of the lead with a sizzling eight-under 64 in Thursday's second round of the LPGA Tour's Lotte Championship.

Numerous world s best golfers made a decision to skip this event after taking part in the Masters. He had three birdies on the final five holes before the turn to share the lead with Simpson for a time. He took the lead with a birdie on the 15th hole and finished at 13-under 271.



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