Cromwell, CT (Sports Network) - Brian Davis fired a 6-under 64 on Saturday to
grab a share of first place after three rounds of the Travelers Championship.
Davis' performance moved him to 12-under-par 198 after 54 holes, and he was
joined in the lead by Roland Thatcher, who carded a 5-under 65.
The duo holds a two-stroke advantage over John Rollins (65), James Driscoll
(66) and Stuart Appleby (67). They are tied for third at minus-10.
The Travelers got back on track Saturday, when half the field needed to finish
round two after stormy weather caused the suspension of play Friday. Some
players even needed to play 36 holes, but without interruption, everybody got
through his third round.
Defending champion Fredrik Jacobson was the leader when play was suspended
Friday. He got in his second round and was sitting at minus-9, but managed a
round of just even-par 70 on Saturday and shares sixth place with five others.
Three-time major winner Padraig Harrington (65), Players Championship winner
Matt Kuchar (66), Tim Clark (66), Charley Hoffman (67) and Will Claxton (69)
are also sitting at 9-under.
MORE TO FOLLOW.
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