Heading into Sunday’s final round of the Greenbrier Classic, there’s a new face atop of the leaderboard. Anthony Kim put together a huge third round on Saturday, finishing with an eight under 62. Overall, he leads the field heading into Sunday at 10 under par.
There seemed to be more low scores posted overall on Saturday than the first two days in the tournament as Kim wasn’t the only golfer posting a 62 on the day. American Jimmy Walker barely made the cut, but now finds himself just three shots off the lead following an eight under in the third round. Overall, he’s at seven under par.
Just ahead of Walker on the leaderboard are Gary Woodland and Webb Simpson who are both tied for third at eight under par – Woodland posted a three under 67 on Saturday with Simpson shooting a one under 69. Scott Stallings is just one shot off the pace in second place after shooting a four under par in the third round.
It was a rough third round for Brendon De Jonge who shot a 72, he drops from atop the leaderboard after two rounds all the way down to a tie for 11th at five under par.
First round leader Trevor Immelman struggled Saturday as well as he posted a three over 73. He’s now in a tie for 28th at three under par.
Overall, 51 players head into Sunday’s final round with a score under par.