• Kim in the lead, Frittelli still in range

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    Dylan Frittelli

    Dylan Frittelli has edged his way up the leaderboard of the Wyndham Championship after another decent display during Saturday’s third round.

    Bad weather throughout the course of the event so far meant an early tee-off for the field on Saturday, with Frittelli was one of the early players to make his intentions clear with round of 66.

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    That backed up his excellent second-round 65 from Friday and means he will start the final round on 10 under par, but eight strokes behind the leader, Si Woo Kim.

    The South Korean shot a magnificent eight-under-par 62 on Saturday to take a two-stroke lead on 18 under par for the event ahead of Americans Rob Oppenheim and Rob Redman.

    Frittelli, though, produced a consecutive bogey-free round, while four birdies throughout the day had him surge up the leaderboard to T18.

    Christiaan Bezuidenhout, who delivered a masterclass in his second round, was also quick out of the blocks with two birdies on the front nine before another on the 13th.

    Unfortunately, he dropped three shots on the final four holes to conclude his round on one under to have him start Sunday’s final round on six under and in T48.



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