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J.T. Poston maintains an advantage in John Deer Classic

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J.T. Poston continued to aim for a wire-to-wire victory with a par 4 under 67 in the third round of Saturday at the John Deere Classic at TPC Deere Run in Silvis, Illinois.

Poston sits under 19. 194, 3 strokes behind Argentina's Emiliano Grillo (3rd round 65), Denny McCarthy (66) and Scott Stallings (64).

Poston is aiming for his second career win on the PGA Tour after competing in the 2019 Wyndham Championship.

England's Callum Tarren (65) sits third with 15 unders, while Chris Negel (67) and Bo Hogue (63) come in sixth with 14 unders, five shotbacks. Did. Hoag shot the best round of the day to vault the leaderboard onto 18 spots on the day of the move.

Poston started with 3 birdies on the front 9 and posted a birdie, 2 bogies and an eagle on the back.

"Obviously, everything worked fine for the first two days," Poston said. "And today wasn't a sharp tee to the green and I didn't putt. Being able to still shoot a very solid 4-under today gives me confidence for tomorrow.

" Hopefully it works, but if not, you can shoot a decent number. "

Grilo in his second career PGA Tour title and first bid since 2015. Birdie four of his last five holes. Grilo shot 64-65 in the last two rounds after opening at 68.

"If you're shooting 68, 69, you're late," Grilo said. "Especially here, with soft greens and perfect conditions, you have to look at that range of 67, 66, which means that there is little wind and those who shoot with less than 3 under pars at the front are really good at it. I'm playing. Opportunities are mostly in the back nine. "

Hoag opened a birdie eagle on his way to seven birdie rounds for one bogey.

"I have nothing to lose. I'm not playing very well here. And yeah, shoot a few good rounds and prove to yourself that you can play well for a week. "Hoag said. "I want to shoot 63 again. I really don't have a number. Maybe if I try to make a birdie more than anyone else tomorrow, I'll do the rest myself."

– Field-level media