After 54: Sentry Tournament of Champions

Harris English and Ryan Palmer will be the final twosome Sunday as they are tied at the top on 21-under.

21-under after 54 holes sounds pretty good but it’s THREE STROKES SHORT of the record Ernie Els set in 2003.

Ryan Palmer has won in Hawaii before as he is one of the former champions in the field next week at the Sony Open at Waialae. His 64 was the lowest of the day and the tournament.

Harris English has only made one bogey this week and none in his last 47 holes.

Not many have won a major and Sentry in the same season but Collin Morikawa is just one off the pace after 65-65.

Daniel Berger (T4) hasn’t never hit the top 10 here in two previous tries. He also hasn’t squared a bogey in his last 41 holes.

Justin Thomas (T5) posted 68 with a bogey and a double. Spotting the leaders strokes on Saturday should fire him up for a big closing round.

Sungjae Im (T5) didn’t seem to mind the elevation changes at Augusta National either!

The only winner not in their 20s in the last six years is Dustin Johnson. He’s currently T10.

CategoryThru 3 Rounds
All DrivesBryson DeChambeau
AccuracyRobert Streb
GIRAdam Scott
Ball-StrikingBilly Horchel
ProximityKevin Na
Putting: Birdie or Better %Joaquin Niemann
SG: Off-the-TeeBryson DeChambeau
SG: Approach-the-GreenWebb Simpson
SG: Around-the-GreenSergio Garcia
SG: PuttingMichael Thompson
SG: Tee-to-GreenCollin Morikawa
ScramblingBilly Horschel/Collin Morikawa
Bogey AvoidanceHarris English
Par-3 ScoringLanto Griffin
Par-4 ScoringRyan Palmer
Par-5 ScoringPatrick Cantlay/Sergio Garcia
BirdiesNiemann/Morikawa 22
Par BreakersRyan Palmer 23

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