Tom Kim still leading at Travelers Championship, Cameron Young hits 59

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Young made two eagles and seven birdies at the TPC River Highlands course for the first sub-60 score in nearly four years on the PGA Tour.
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June 23, 2024
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American Cameron Young holed a 10-foot putt for a 59 as South Korea’s Tom Kim held onto a narrow lead after the third day of the Travelers Championship.

Young made two eagles and seven birdies at the TPC River Highlands course for the first sub-60 score in nearly four years on the PGA Tour and the 13th in history.

Having moved within five shots of Kim’s lead, Young said his preparation had done little to suggest such a score was on its way.

“Didn’t feel particularly awesome,: he said. “I chunked a few less on the range than I did yesterday. Then, yeah, came out and just was very comfortable and things just started coming down close to the hole.”

Kim carded a second straight 65 to sit at 18 under par with world number one Scottie Scheffler and Akshay Bhatia just a shot behind.

“It’s a stacked leaderboard,” said Kim, a day after his 22nd birthday. “Out here, a five, six-shot lead is not safe at all. So I’ve got to go out tomorrow and do the same game plan and execute.”

Xander Schauffele hit a 64 and Sungjae Im a 63 to be two shots from the lead heading into the final day, with Ireland’s Shane Lowry four adrift after a third round 65.

Play was again delayed for nearly three hours due to what the PGA Tour called a “dangerous weather situation”.

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Pos.PlayerTo ParR1R2R3Total
1Tom Kim-18626565192
T2Akshay Bhatia-17646564193
T2Scottie Scheffler-17656464193
T4Xander Schauffele-16656564194
T4Sungjae Im-16676463194
6Collin Morikawa-15666366195
T7Tony Finau-14656764196
T7Shane Lowry-14696265196
T7Justin Thomas-14686365196
T10Cameron Young-13726659197
T10Patrick Cantlay-13686564197
T12Matthieu Pavon-12716562198
T12Ludvig Åberg-12676962198
T12Adam Svensson-12716463198
T12Tom Hoge-12696366198
T12Robert MacIntyre-12706266198
17Taylor Pendrith-11656866199
T18Wyndham Clark-10666866200
T18Tommy Fleetwood-10676766200
T18Patrick Rodgers-10656867200
T21Brian Harman-9676965201
T21Si Woo Kim-9696765201
T21Brendon Todd-9696567201
T24Matt Fitzpatrick-8746563202
T24Adam Hadwin-8696964202
T24Viktor Hovland-8687064202
T24Austin Eckroat-8706765202
T24Michael Thorbjornsen-8726466202
T24Rickie Fowler-8646969202
T30Stephan Jaeger-7716765203
T30Corey Conners-7677066203
T30Sahith Theegala-7696767203
T30Denny McCarthy-7676769203
T34Jake Knapp-6707064204
T34Seamus Power-6677067204
T34Christiaan Bezuidenhout-6667068204
T34Hideki Matsuyama-6666969204
T34Will Zalatoris-6647268204
T34Sam Burns-6676869204
T34Kurt Kitayama-6647070204
T41Jason Day-5717064205
T41Lee Hodges-5686968205
T41Cam Davis-5657169205
T41Webb Simpson-5726469205
T45Nick Taylor-4687365206
T45Mackenzie Hughes-4657269206
T45J.T. Poston-4667169206
T45Thomas Detry-4696869206
T45Keegan Bradley-4696770206
50Sepp Straka-3697068207
T51Andrew Putnam-2717166208
T51Adam Scott-2746767208
T51Emiliano Grillo-2697168208
T51Chris Gotterup-2756568208
T51Lucas Glover-2706771208
T56Davis Riley-1717167209
T56Ben Griffin-1717167209
T56Chris Kirk-1717068209
T56Billy Horschel-1726770209
T56Victor Perez-1687071209
T61Eric ColePar697566210
T61Russell HenleyPar707367210
T61Jordan SpiethPar706872210
T61Harris EnglishPar706872210
T61Taylor MoorePar706872210
T66Max Homa+1707170211
T66Nick Dunlap+1687073211
T68Justin Rose+2727565212
T68Adam Schenk+2746969212
70Peter Malnati+4736873214
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