Puerto Rico Open R2

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Ryan Brehm leads by one
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March 5, 2022
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Puerto Rico 2022 R2
March 03-06
Grand Reserve Golf Club, Rio Grande, Puerto Rico
Round 1, Round 3, Round 4

Estimated reading time: 6 minutes

Ryan Brehm signed for a bogey-free 67, finishing birdie-eagle, to take the lead at 11-under at the Puerto Rico Open. He is the only bogey-free player through 36 holes.

Puerto Rico 2022 R2

"I feel like I had to scramble quite a bit, had some difficult up-and-downs, got them up and down, made a few good putts for par, kept the momentum going and finished with a birdie-eagle, made a bomb on the last hole. You add it up, it's pretty good."

Puerto Rico 2022 R2

The American is playing in his last tournament on a minor medical exemption and needs to win or finish second to retain his status.

"It (the exemption) would be wrong to say you don't think about it, but realistically,
since the beginning of this year we've just been trying to improve every day, every week. As long as we can do that, if we can take something away from each round, each situation, put some pressure on myself, we're going to learn from it. Just enjoy the process of doing that really and we're doing that."

Puerto Rico 2022 R2

Overnight co-leader Michael Kim of the USA carded a 69 for a share of second place at 10-under alongside fellow American Max McGreevey (64) and Japan's Satoshi Kodaira (66) who both remained bogey-free. 72

England's Callum Tarren, also bogey-free, signed for a 65 to move into solo fifth place at 9-under.

Chase Seiffert, who co-led after the first round, closed with a 72 and slipped back onto a share of 14th at 7-under.

Puerto Rico 2022 R2

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T2Max McGreevy-107064134
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T6Sangmoon Bae-86967136
T6Kiradech Aphibarnrat-86769136
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T14Chad Ramey-76968137
T14Sung Kang-76968137
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T18Bill Haas-67266138
T18Brandon Wu-66969138
T18Dawie van der Walt-67266138
T18Brice Garnett-67068138
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T24Kevin Yu-57366139
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T32Scott Brown-47169140
T32Chan Kim-47070140
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T32Brian Stuard-47169140
T32Richy Werenski-46971140
T32Vaughn Taylor-46872140
T32Rafa Cabrera Bello-46971140
T32Kyle Stanley-47169140
T32Austin Smotherman-47367140
T42David Lingmerth-37269141
T42Derek Ernst-37269141
T42Chesson Hadley-37170141
T42Nate Lashley-36972141
T42Matt Every-37170141
T42Seung-Yul Noh-37170141
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T42Brian Davis-36972141
T42Kelly Kraft-37071141
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T42Joseph Bramlett-37269141
T42Jared Wolfe-37071141
T54Jim Herman-27666142
T54Kurt Kitayama-27666142
T54Victor Perez-27369142
T54Michael Gligic-27072142
T54Tyler Duncan-27369142
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T62Robert Garrigus-17271143
T62Richard S. Johnson-17568143
T62Bo Hoag-17370143
T62Trevor Werbylo-17271143
T62Scott Gutschewski-17271143
T62Austin Cook-17172143
T62Nick Hardy-16875143
T62Curtis Thompson-17172143
T62Bryson Nimmer-17370143
CUTAndres RomeroPar7569144
CUTJason BohnPar7371144
CUTOmar UrestiPar7371144
CUTBo Van PeltPar7173144
CUTKevin ChappellPar7272144
CUTBrett StegmaierPar7173144
CUTJ.J. Henry+17471145
CUTGeorge McNeill+17372145
CUTLuke Donald+17372145
CUTCamilo Villegas+17471145
CUTHeath Slocum+17372145
CUTChristian Salzer+17174145
CUTCarl Pettersson+17372145
CUTJohn Rollins+17273145
CUTGrayson Murray+17372145
CUTCharlie Wi+27670146
CUTCharlie Beljan+28066146
CUTEdward Figueroa+27274146
CUTChris Couch+27373146
CUTDavid Skinns+37572147
CUTDylan Wu+37275147
CUTJoshua Creel+37770147
CUTErick Morales (a)+37572147
CUTJohn Huh+37572147
CUTAlejandro Tosti+37374147
CUTJonathan Kaye+37473147
CUTTed Purdy+37275147
CUTBen Martin+47870148
CUTMartin Trainer+47573148
CUTRyan Armour+47672148
CUTAlan Morin+47969148
CUTBrendon de Jonge+57772149
CUTEric Axley+57277149
CUTHiram Silfa+57475149
CUTJason Dufner+57970149
CUTCody Gribble+57970149
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CUTAustin Connelly+68070150
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