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Danny Lee, PGA Tour Bermuda Championship 3 strokes solo second place

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Korean player Danny Lee (New Zealand) expressed hope for a comeback victory by ranking second in the third round of the Butterfield Bermuda Championship (total prize money of $6.5 million) on the PGA Tour.

Danny Lee hit a 6-under-par 65 with eight birdies and two bogeys in the third round of the Bermuda Championship held at the Fort Royal Golf Course (par 71) in Southampton, Bermuda on the 31st (Korean time).

Danny Lee, who was tied for fourth with an 8-under 134 until the second round, finished the third round with a total of 14-under 199 for three days in second place, three shots behind the first.

After the second shot on the 10th (par 4) lands on the green, Danny Lee has an exquisite backspin and skimmed the hole.

Danny Lee, who put a birdie putt less than a meter away on this hole, tied for the lead, but was pushed back to second place by bogey on the 13th and 14th holes.

After winning the Greenbriar Classic in July 2015, Danny Lee is challenging for her second PGA Tour win in six years.

Taylor Pendris (Canada) recorded a mid-total 17-under 196 with a 6-under-par 65 in the third round, maintaining the top spot following the second round.

Pendris, who is 30 this year, is a player who advanced to the PGA Tour for the 2021-2022 season as a top prize winner on the Korn Ferry Tour, the second PGA tour this season.

His tie for 11th at the Barbasol Championship in July is his best performance on the PGA Tour.

Bae Sang-moon, who made his first appearance on the PGA Tour this season, finished tied for 37th with five birdies and one double bogey in the third round with a mid-total 5-under 208.

Bae Sang-moon started off nervously with a double bogey on the 1st hole, but ended the third round with stable performance, such as pulling out 5 birdies.

Noh Seung-yeol also cut 4 strokes and went up 20 steps from the previous day’s tie for 43rd (4-under par 209) to the 4th round.

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