Patrick Cantlay retains lead heading into the final day

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February 18, 2024
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Patrick Cantlay started the day with a five-shot lead at The Genesis Invitational and saw it reduced to two at 14-under after producing three birdies and two bogeys on Saturday, including one at the 17th, for a 70 while his pursuers finished strong.

“Being from Southern California, it’s one of the tournaments on the list that I’d like to win the most,” said Cantlay.

Xander Schauffele and Will Zalatoris both closed with back-to-back birdies for rounds of 65 to move into a share of second place at 12-under.

Schauffele started with an eagle at the par-5 first hole then made four birdies on the back nine while Zalatoris fired seven birdies and a bogey.

"To play good golf around Riviera you've got to sort of fire on all cylinders and been able to do that the last couple days," said Schauffele.

Luke List lies in solo fourth place at 11-under after signing for a 68 while Harris English shot a bogey free 65 for a share of fifth place at 10-under alongside Australia's Jason Day, the only non-American in the top-5, who made three bogeys, three birdies and an eagle at the par-5 17th.

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T2Xander Schauffele-12706665201
T2Will Zalatoris-12667065201
4Luke List-11656968202
T5Harris English-10696965203
T5Jason Day-10656969203
T7J.T. Poston-8687166205
T7Hideki Matsuyama-8696868205
T7Corey Conners-8706570205
T10Adam Svensson-7677267206
T10Adam Hadwin-7697067206
T10Beau Hossler-7687068206
T10Tom Hoge-7667070206
T10Mackenzie Hughes-7696572206
T15Eric Cole-6736965207
T15Ben Griffin-6726966207
T15Adam Scott-6726867207
T15Cameron Young-6726669207
T15Tony Finau-6706770207
T20Lucas Glover-5697168208
T20Russell Henley-5706969208
T20Kurt Kitayama-5706969208
T20Christiaan Bezuidenhout-5696970208
T20Brendon Todd-5687169208
T20Max Homa-5736570208
T20Scottie Scheffler-5687070208
T27Seamus Power-4746867209
T27Sam Burns-4707168209
T27Rory McIlroy-4746669209
T27Nick Taylor-4706970209
T27Viktor Hovland-4706970209
T27Byeong Hun An-4677270209
T27Tommy Fleetwood-4706871209
T34Taylor Moore-3697368210
T34Ludvig Åberg-3687270210
T34Brian Harman-3697071210
T34Rickie Fowler-3706971210
T34Tom Kim-3696972210
T39Denny McCarthy-2697468211
T39Sungjae Im-2717169211
T39Collin Morikawa-2707170211
T39Sahith Theegala-2726970211
T39Cam Davis-2657373211
T44Si Woo Kim-1697469212
T44Gary Woodland-1707270212
T44Lee Hodges-1697469212
T44Andrew Putnam-1717071212
48Nicolai Højgaard+1707173214
T49Charley Hoffman+2697472215
T49Chase Johnson+2727073215
T49Emiliano Grillo+2707174215
CUTMatt Kuchar+27272-144
CUTJ.J. Spaun+27371-144
CUTSepp Straka+27371-144
CUTPatrick Rodgers+27173-144
CUTWyndham Clark+27173-144
CUTKeegan Bradley+27173-144
CUTNick Dunlap+37075-145
CUTSam Ryder+37273-145
CUTAlex Smalley+37669-145
CUTJustin Thomas+37273-145
CUTMatt Fitzpatrick+47571-146
CUTTaylor Montgomery+47274-146
CUTChris Kirk+47274-146
CUTNick Hardy+47670-146
CUTAdam Schenk+57473-147
CUTGrayson Murray+67177-148
CUTKevin Yu+87575-150
W/DTiger Woods-72--72
DQJordan Spieth-6673-139
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