London, May 11: American golfer Jordan Spieth has claimed a share of the lead from Germany’s Martin Kaymer ahead of the final day of The Players Championship at Sawgrass in Florida on Saturday.
However, Spieth and Kaymer, who shared a three-shot lead, struggled to score in round three, with Spieth one under on the day and Kaymer’s bogey on 18 keeping him level par – 12 under for the tournament.
According to the BBC, Spieth’s solid putt on the 18th in his third round means he has played 72 holes without carding a bogey, while Kaymer started round three at Sawgrass in the lead after 36 holes for the first time on the PGA Tour
The report mentioned that 2008 champion Sergio Garcia shot 69 to join American John Senden on nine under, three off the lead, while British golfers Justin Rose and Lee Westwood are two strokes further back
Northern Irish Rory McIlroy finished three under on the day and also for the tournament while newlywed Adam Scott shares the same mark as McIlroy in tied 28th, the report added. (ANI)