Patrick Rodgers moves to top of the leaderboard with 34 points

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Barracuda Championship R3
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July 23, 2023
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Patrick Rodgers made and eagle at the par-5 12th, four birdies, two bogeys and a double bogey at the par-4 10th for eight points on Saturday to take the lead of the Barracuda Championship with a total of 34 points.

"It was a day of resilience, for sure. I shot myself in the foot more than once today, especially in this format. I missed a couple of really tiny putts on the front nine. Even, other than those, missed a few opportunities. Then made a double on 10.

"I was really super proud of the way that I was resilient and turned the round around and knew there was still a lot of points to be had. The eagle on 12 was huge and birdieing two of the last three was great to be in a good position going into tomorrow.

"I felt like I was really close to having a great day. My tee shot on 10 got a bad break and I'm a few points from having a really, really solid round. I thought the golf course played a little bit more tricky today. But I'm loving the way that I'm driving it. I'm giving myself tons of opportunities to score. A lot of birdie and eagle looks. In this format I'm going to have to do the same tomorrow."

Rodgers seeks a first career PGA Tour title in his 246th Tour start.

Overnight leader Ryan Gerard made three birdies and three bogeys to add three points to his tally and moved down into second place with 33 points.

Gerard is playing as a Special Temporary Member this season and must earn as many or more points as No. 125 in the final 2022-23 FedExCup Playoffs and Eligibility Points List to earn full status. He currently has 251 points, which would fall between Nos. 129 and 130.

"I didn't hit it very well at all today. I didn't really make too many putts besides the one on 13, I think. So just a lot of a grind out there today. Course got pretty tough, pretty firm. Greens got really bumpy towards the end, which is going to happen in the afternoon. So just really tried to stay patient, kept myself in it, even though I didn't really have my best game or anything near it.

"So looking forward to just hopefully playing a little bit better tomorrow and kind of seeing a few more go in and we'll see how it shakes out."

Akshay Bhatia gained 17 points with an eagle at the par-5 6th and six birdies for a total of 31 points.

Beau Hossler lies in fourth place with 30 points after adding eight more with five birdies and two bogeys.

Joel Dahmen completes the all-American top-5, after gaining 16 points with eight birdies for a total of 29.

 

Scoring

The Barracuda Championship utilizes the Modified Stableford scoring format, the first PGA Tour event to use the format since The International in 2006. Players are allocated points based on the number of strokes taken at each hole with the goal of achieving the highest overall score.

Albatross +8
Eagle +5
Birdie +2
Par 0
Bogey -1
Double bogey or worse -3

Pos.PlayerR1R2R3Total
1Patrick Rodgers+15+11+8+34
2Ryan Gerard+16+14+3+33
3Akshay Bhatia+6+8+17+31
4Beau Hossler+17+5+8+30
5Joel Dahmen+10+3+16+29
6Cameron Champ+9+11+8+28
T7Martin Trainer+7+6+14+27
T7James Morrison+12+7+8+27
T7James Hahn+14+5+8+27
T10Rico Hoey+2+10+14+26
T10Nathan Kimsey+130+13+26
T10Johannes Veerman+5+8+13+26
T13Kevin Roy+8+7+10+25
T13Chad Ramey+10+6+9+25
T15S.Y. Noh+23-5+6+24
T15Vincent Norrman+11+12+1+24
T17Mark Hubbard+8+7+8+23
T17Marcus Armitage+10+5+8+23
T17Ryo Hisatsune+1+16+6+23
T17Marcus Kinhult+8+11+4+23
T21Jens Dantorp+7+6+9+22
T21Martin Laird+13+1+8+22
T21Chez Reavie+7+8+7+22
T21Carl Yuan+12+7+3+22
T25Kyle Westmoreland+12-1+10+21
T25Erik van Rooyen+8+3+10+21
T25Jason Scrivener+8+6+7+21
T25J.J. Spaun+10+4+7+21
T25William McGirt+6+9+6+21
T25JC Ritchie+5+10+6+21
T25David Lipsky+7+10+4+21
T25Chesson Hadley+11+7+3+21
T33Sebastian Soderberg+9+2+9+20
T33Russell Knox+7+4+9+20
T33Justin Suh+7+5+8+20
T33Stephan Jaeger+8+6+6+20
T37Edoardo Molinari+5+6+8+19
T37Charley Hoffman+4+8+7+19
T37Wesley Bryan+11+2+6+19
T37Carson Young+150+4+19
T37Sam Stevens+9+6+4+19
T37Matt NeSmith+8+9+2+19
T37Zecheng Dou+5+16-2+19
T37Sean Crocker+10+11-2+19
T45Nick Hardy+3+8+7+18
T45Brent Grant+13+4+1+18
T45Alexander Levy+16+20+18
T48Michael Gligic-2+14+5+17
T48Joakim Lagergren+3+11+3+17
T48MJ Daffue+8+6+3+17
T48Julien Guerrier+11+4+2+17
T52Robert Streb+6+5+5+16
T52Peter Kuest+9+4+3+16
T52Troy Merritt+11+2+3+16
T52Kevin Chappell+9+70+16
T56Sebastian Garcia Rodriguez+7+4+4+15
T56Augusto Núñez+9+3+3+15
T56Austin Cook+7+5+3+15
T56Maximilian Kieffer+15+1-1+15
T60Trevor Cone+3+8+3+14
T60Trevor Werbylo+8+8-2+14
T62Chase Hanna+4+7+1+12
T62Tano Goya+5+6+1+12
64Andy Sullivan+6+7-2+11
T65Aaron Cockerill+7+5-5+7
T65Bastien Amat(a)+3+10-6+7
CUTKevin Tway---+10
CUTBrandt Snedeker---+10
CUTAaron Baddeley---+10
CUTEddy Lai---+10
CUTAndrew Novak---+10
CUTHenrik Norlander---+10
CUTGreyson Sigg---+10
CUTFreddy Schott---+10
CUTMax McGreevy---+9
CUTLukas Nemecz---+9
CUTAshun Wu---+9
CUTRyan Palmer---+9
CUTS.H. Kim---+9
CUTJohn Catlin---+9
CUTScott Jamieson---+8
CUTKeith Mitchell---+8
CUTSimon Forsström---+8
CUTGrayson Murray---+8
CUTHarry Higgs---+8
CUTWil Besseling---+8
CUTRobin Sciot-Siegrist---+8
CUTJonas Blixt---+8
CUTMatthieu Pavon---+8
CUTAustin Smotherman---+8
CUTKelly Kraft---+8
CUTKyle Reifers---+8
CUTNico Echavarria---+7
CUTMikael Lindberg---+7
CUTMartin Simonsen---+7
CUTJustin Lower---+7
CUTAdam Long---+7
CUTAngel Hidalgo Portillo---+7
CUTChris Stroud---+7
CUTJeong Weon Ko---+7
CUTTaylor Pendrith---+6
CUTHarrison Endycott---+5
CUTBrandon Matthews---+5
CUTNiklas Norgaard---+4
CUTDale Whitnell---+4
CUTPeter Malnati---+4
CUTMarcus Helligkilde---+4
CUTPaul Haley II---+4
CUTJeremy Freiburghaus---+4
CUTMarcel Schneider---+4
CUTGeoff Ogilvy---+4
CUTTyson Alexander---+4
CUTMatthias Schwab---+3
CUTNicolai Von Dellingshausen---+3
CUTMasahiro Kawamura---+3
CUTDoc Redman---+3
CUTJ.J. Henry---+3
CUTAdrien Saddier---+3
CUTRicky Barnes---+3
CUTSung Kang---+3
CUTScott Harrington---+3
CUTJesse Mueller---+3
CUTEthan Cairns---+3
CUTOliver Hundeboll---+2
CUTBrice Garnett---+2
CUTMatti Schmid---+2
CUTTapio Pulkkanen---+2
CUTFabrizio Zanotti---+1
CUTRichy Werenski---+1
CUTSantiago Tarrio---+1
CUTCody Gribble---+1
CUTNick Watney---+1
CUTCharles Porter---+1
CUTRyan Moore---0
CUTCorey Pereira---0
CUTGreg Chalmers---0
CUTScott Piercy---0
CUTLouis de Jager---0
CUTAlexander Knappe---0
CUTRyan Brehm----1
CUTHarry Hall----2
CUTKramer Hickok----2
CUTSam Bennett----2
CUTTommy Gainey----2
CUTSean O'Hair----2
CUTSatoshi Kodaira----3
CUTDarius Van Driel----3
CUTTed Potter, Jr.----3
CUTDylan Frittelli----4
CUTDaan Huizing----4
CUTMatt Ryan----4
CUTDerek Ernst----5
CUTClément Sordet----6
CUTMichael Duncan----7
CUTBrian Stuard----8
CUTGrant Booth----9
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Barracuda Championship 2023

Date: July 20th - 23rd 2023

Location: Tahoe Mountain Club (Old Greenwood), Truckee, California

Purse: $3,800,000

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