Louis Oosthuizen storms into contention at Byron Nelson Championship

Publish Date : 2021-03-28


Louis Oosthuizen storms into contention at Byron Nelson Championship

Louis Oosthuizen shot a six-under par round of 64 to claim a share of the lead at the Byron Nelson Championship on Saturday.

The South African reached the turn at one under for the day before firing five birdies on the back nine at the TPC Four Seasons Resort in Texas to jump 14 places up the leaderboard.

The round leaves the former Open champion tied with America's Brendon Todd on 10-under par with just one round to play.



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Todd, who fired a 64 in Friday's second round, made more steady progress on Saturday equaling his opening round of 68.

One shot back are America's James Hahn, who shot 65, Gary Woodland (66) and Canada's Mike Weir (67).

Four players are tied for sixth on eight-under par, with Ireland's Padraig Harrington, Aussie Marc Leishman, Graham DeLaet of Canada and Morgan Hoffmann of the U.S. all well placed to challenge for the $1.242 million first prize.

Australian Greg Chalmers and America's Boo Weekley and Charles Howell III are on seven under par.

Players Championship winner Martin Kaymer is having a quieter week so far but remains in contention despite a disappointing one-over par 71.

The German, who pipped Jim Furyk at Sawgrass last weekend, finished the day in a three-way tie for 15th, five shots off the lead.

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One shot back are America's James Hahn, who shot 65, Gary Woodland (66) and Canada's Mike Weir (67). Four players are tied for sixth on eight-under par, with Ireland's Padraig Harrington, Aussie Marc Leishman, Graham DeLaet of Canada and Morgan Hoffmann of the U.S. all well placed to challenge for the $1.242 million first prize. The South African reached the turn at one under for the day before firing five birdies on the back nine at the TPC Four Seasons Resort in Texas to jump 14 places up the leaderboard. The round leaves the former Open champion tied with America's Brendon Todd on 10-under par with just one round to play. One shot back are America's James Hahn, who shot 65, Gary Woodland (66) and Canada's Mike Weir (67). The round leaves the former Open champion tied with America's Brendon Todd on 10-under par with just one round to play. Players Championship winner Martin Kaymer is having a quieter week so far but remains in contention despite a disappointing one-over par 71. Players Championship winner Martin Kaymer is having a quieter week so far but remains in contention despite a disappointing one-over par 71. Read more: Campbell out of U.S. Open Australian Greg Chalmers and America's Boo Weekley and Charles Howell III are on seven under par. The German, who pipped Jim Furyk at Sawgrass last weekend, finished the day in a three-way tie for 15th, five shots off the lead. Louis Oosthuizen shot a six-under par round of 64 to claim a share of the lead at the Byron Nelson Championship on Saturday. Todd, who fired a 64 in Friday's second round, made more steady progress on Saturday equaling his opening round of 68. One shot back are America's James Hahn, who shot 65, Gary Woodland (66) and Canada's Mike Weir (67). One shot back are America's James Hahn, who shot 65, Gary Woodland (66) and Canada's Mike Weir (67). Louis Oosthuizen shot a six-under par round of 64 to claim a share of the lead at the Byron Nelson Championship on Saturday. Players Championship winner Martin Kaymer is having a quieter week so far but remains in contention despite a disappointing one-over par 71. Players Championship winner Martin Kaymer is having a quieter week so far but remains in contention despite a disappointing one-over par 71. The South African reached the turn at one under for the day before firing five birdies on the back nine at the TPC Four Seasons Resort in Texas to jump 14 places up the leaderboard. The South African reached the turn at one under for the day before firing five birdies on the back nine at the TPC Four Seasons Resort in Texas to jump 14 places up the leaderboard. Players Championship winner Martin Kaymer is having a quieter week so far but remains in contention despite a disappointing one-over par 71. Australian Greg Chalmers and America's Boo Weekley and Charles Howell III are on seven under par. One shot back are America's James Hahn, who shot 65, Gary Woodland (66) and Canada's Mike Weir (67). Four players are tied for sixth on eight-under par, with Ireland's Padraig Harrington, Aussie Marc Leishman, Graham DeLaet of Canada and Morgan Hoffmann of the U.S. all well placed to challenge for the $1.242 million first prize. The South African reached the turn at one under for the day before firing five birdies on the back nine at the TPC Four Seasons Resort in Texas to jump 14 places up the leaderboard. The South African reached the turn at one under for the day before firing five birdies on the back nine at the TPC Four Seasons Resort in Texas to jump 14 places up the leaderboard.

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