Alex Noren (SWE) led for the third straight day at the Butterfield Bermuda Championship on the U.S. Professional Golf (PGA) Tour ($6.5 million purse).
Noren carded four birdies and no bogeys for a 4-under 67 in the third round of the tournament at the par-71, 6,828-yard Port Royal Golf Course in Southampton, Bermuda, on Wednesday (Sept. 12).
Noren has a three-day total of 19-under-par 194 after the first and second rounds.
Noren, 41, has 10 wins on the European Tour (now DP World Tour) dating back to the French Open in July 2018, but has yet to win on the PGA Tour.
With the small purse keeping the top players out of the event, veterans over 40 dominated the leaderboard.
Camilo Viejas (41-Colombia) is tied for second (18-under 195) with seven birdies and one bogey, one stroke behind Noren.
Ryan Moore (40-U.S.) is tied for third (17-under 196) with Marty Smit (GER) and Stuart Sink (50-U.S.) is tied for fifth (16-under 197).
Adam Long (USA), who set a PGA Tour record for consecutive fairways in a round (69 on par 4-5 holes), is tied for 11th (14-under 199).
South Korea’s Seung-Yeol Noh carded seven birdies, three bogeys and a double-bogey on the day to drop two strokes to tie for 54th (7-under 206).
Currently ranked 168th in the FedEx Rankings, Noh will need to climb to 125th to secure a spot on the PGA Tour next season.
Seung-yeol Noh has one Tour win, a victory at the 2014 Zurich Classic. His best finish this season was a tie for 15th at the RSM Classic last November. 먹튀검증