Lee slips to tied 67th in 3R at PGA Tour’s WWT Championship

South Korea’s Kyung-hoon Lee slipped to a share of 67th place after the third round of the PGA Tour’s Worldwide Technology Championship ($8.2 million purse).The South Korean carded three birdies and a triple bogey for a one-over-par 73 in the third round of the tournament at El Cardonal (par-72, 7,452 yards) in Los Cabos, Mexico, on Friday.With a median score of 6-under-par 210, the South Korean dropped from a tie for 40th place the day before to a tie for 67th.Lee, who has four top-10 finishes in the 2022-2023 season, started the tournament at five-under-par and tied for 21st on the first day at the course designed by the ‘Emperor of Golf’, Tiger Woods (USA), but has slipped down the leaderboard in each of the last two days.After three rounds, Lee is nine shots off the pace for seventh place (15-under-par 201) and six shots off the pace for 21st place (12-under-par 204), meaning he will need to work hard on the final day to secure a top-10 finish.At the top of the leaderboard are Matt Kucher (USA) and Camilo Villagas (Colombia) on a combined 19-under par 197.Second-round leader Villagas shaved three strokes off his total, while Kutcher, who was two strokes back in second place, dropped five strokes to share the lead.

Kuchar looked to be in control after reaching the 14th hole of the day at 10-under-par, but he struggled with his shot at the 15th (par-4) and made a quadruple bogey and dropped a shot at the next (par-3), leaving him tied for the lead heading into the final round.Kucher, who has nine career PGA Tour victories, will be looking to add to his trophy haul some four years and 10 months after the Sony Open in January 2019, while Villagas, who has four wins, will be hoping to end a winless drought that has stretched back more than nine years since the Wyndham Championship in August 2014.Eric van Rooyen (SOU) is one shot back in third place (18-under 198), while Justin Seo is tied for fourth (17-under 199) after three rounds with Will Gordon (USA) and Mackenzie Hughes.Michael Kim is tied for seventh (15-under par 201), Doug Kim is tied for 17th (13-under par 203) and James Hahn (USA) is tied for 37th (10-under par 206).Cameron Young (USA – 16th), the highest-ranked player in the field, was unable to improve his score on the day and finished in a tie for 슬롯게이밍 70th place (5-under par 211

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