The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

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July 7, 2013

Who are these guys at the top?

Third round scoreboard

(Continued)

WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS —

Saturday

At The Greenbrier Resort, The Old White TPC

White Sulphur Springs

Purse: $6.3 million

Yardage: 7,287; par 70

Third Round

Johnson Wagner    62-70-64    —    196

Jimmy Walker    69-65-64    —    198

Jonas Blixt    66-67-67    —    200

Matt Jones    69-66-66    —    201

Jordan Spieth    67-67-67    —    201

Steven Bowditch    65-67-69    —    201

Pat Perez    71-65-66    —    202

Bill Haas    68-67-67    —    202

Rory Sabbatini    70-65-67    —    202

D.H. Lee    66-68-68    —    202

Tag Ridings    65-69-68    —    202

Tommy Gainey    62-71-69    —    202

Gary Woodland    69-70-64    —    203

Morgan Hoffmann    69-67-67    —    203

Bill Lunde    66-66-71    —    203

Nick Watney    72-67-65    —    204

Cameron Percy    71-68-65    —    204

Bryce Molder    71-67-66    —    204

Tim Petrovic    69-68-67    —    204

Scott Stallings    70-67-67    —    204

Brian Stuard    71-66-67    —    204

David Lingmerth    71-66-67    —    204

Louis Oosthuizen    67-68-69    —    204

Ted Potter, Jr.    69-66-69    —    204

Ben Curtis    67-66-71    —    204

Russell Henley    67-65-72    —    204

Troy Matteson    69-70-66    —    205

Graham DeLaet    69-70-66    —    205

Brad Fritsch    68-71-66    —    205

Justin Leonard    68-70-67    —    205

Charlie Wi    73-65-67    —    205

Peter Hanson    66-71-68    —    205

George McNeill    66-71-68    —    205

Davis Love III    67-70-68    —    205

Jason Kokrak    66-71-68    —    205

Brian Davis    67-68-70    —    205

James Driscoll    66-68-71    —    205

Greg Owen    67-66-72    —    205

Matt Every    69-62-74    —    205

Daniel Summerhays    65-67-73    —    205

Cameron Tringale    73-66-67    —    206

Michael Kim    70-69-67    —    206

Billy Horschel    69-70-67    —    206

K.J. Choi    71-67-68    —    206

Bubba Watson    68-69-69    —    206

Kevin Chappell    67-68-71    —    206

Chez Reavie    70-69-68    —    207

James Hahn    72-67-68    —    207

Luke List    71-67-69    —    207

John Senden    70-68-69    —    207

Webb Simpson    64-73-70    —    207

Chad Campbell    69-66-72    —    207

Brendon de Jonge    66-68-73    —    207

Andres Romero    68-71-69    —    208

Brian Harman    68-70-70    —    208

Jin Park    64-73-71    —    208

Richard H. Lee    68-70-70    —    208

Jeff Overton    68-68-72    —    208

Brendan Steele    66-70-72    —    208

Kenny Perry    68-67-73    —    208

D.A. Points    70-65-73    —    208

Andres Gonzales    71-68-70    —    209

Ryan Palmer    68-71-70    —    209

Shawn Stefani    70-69-70    —    209

Carl Pettersson    69-70-70    —    209

Robert Streb    69-70-70    —    209

Tom Gillis    67-71-71    —    209

Tom Watson    68-69-72    —    209

William McGirt    69-70-71    —    210

Jim Herman    72-67-71    —    210

Martin Flores    71-65-74    —    210

Made the cut, did not finish

D.J. Trahan    70-69-72    —    211

Scott Brown    66-72-73    —    211

Dicky Pride    72-66-73    —    211

Alistair Presnell    68-69-74    —    211

Neal Lancaster    65-71-76    —    212

Fabian Gomez    70-69-74    —    213

Gary Christian    71-67-75    —    213

Ben Crane    66-70-77    —    213

Erik Compton    69-67-79    —    215

Brad Adamonis    68-71-77    —    216

 

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