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Saturday, 16 March 2019

Day in the mix for Players Championship final round


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Jason Day has thrown his hat into the ring of final day contenders with a solid third round at The Players Championship.

Day posted a four-under-par 68 to move to 12 under and three shots from 54-hole leader Jon Rahm.

Spanish world No.10 Rahm came from the clouds during a sensational 64 and at 15 under he will play in the final group with England's Tommy Fleetwood (70).

Four-time major winner Rory McIlroy posted a 70 to share second at 14 under with Fleetwood, but McIlroy will play in Sunday's second-last group with Day - who is outright fourth.

Day got his third round off to a solid start by making the turn at two under, before adding two more birdies on the back nine.

The former world No.1 will be aiming for his second Players title having won the 2016 event at TPC Sawgrass.

Day's countryman and 2004 Players winner Scott lifted himself into contention with a 68 for a nine-under total.

Cameron Smith rounded out the Australian contingent and the world No.24 finished the third round at one under having dropped a shot with a 73.

Tiger Woods signed for an even-par 72 to remain at three under.

You can catch all the live action from the Players Championship at GOLFTV!

Jason Day has thrown his hat into the ring of final day contenders with a solid third round at The Players Championship.

Day posted a four-under-par 68 to move to 12 under and three shots from 54-hole leader Jon Rahm.

Spanish world No.10 Rahm came from the clouds during a sensational 64 and at 15 under he will play in the final group with England's Tommy Fleetwood (70).

Four-time major winner Rory McIlroy posted a 70 to share second at 14 under with Fleetwood, but McIlroy will play in Sunday's second-last group with Day - who is outright fourth.

Day got his third round off to a solid start by making the turn at two under, before adding two more birdies on the back nine.

The former world No.1 will be aiming for his second Players title having won the 2016 event at TPC Sawgrass.

Day's countryman and 2004 Players winner Scott lifted himself into contention with a 68 for a nine-under total.

Cameron Smith rounded out the Australian contingent and the world No.24 finished the third round at one under having dropped a shot with a 73.

Tiger Woods signed for an even-par 72 to remain at three under.

You can catch all the live action from the Players Championship at GOLFTV!

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