Cameron Percy leading as play suspended in Mexico

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November 3, 2023
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Cameron Percy tied his career-low round on the PGA Tour with a bogey-free, 10-under 62 to take a two-shot lead at the World Wide Technology Championship before play was suspended due to darkness with ten players left to complete the round.

"I got on a real roll there, looked like everything went right in the middle. Then I hit a few more putts uphill into the grain, they sort of wobble a little bit more, which makes it a little harder. Then I hit a good drive and my caddie talked me into hitting 3-wood, I didn't want to. I'm like, OK. Not a great pitch. But to hole the putt was really nice. To shoot 10 after being, what, 8 or 9 early on with a par 5 coming up, I was trying to get ahead of myself, but I knew I had a good score coming."

The Australian is playing in his 218th event on Tour and had his best result at the 2010 Shriners Children’s Open during his rookie season where he finished second. He has recorded four top-25s in twenty starts this season with a T12 best result at The Classic in The Palm Beaches.

Colombia's Camilo Villegas, competing on a sponsor exemption, carded a bogey-free 64 to tie for second-place at 8-under with Americans Michael Kim and Nate Lashley, the latter also bogey-free, and Argentina's Tano Goya.

"The round started with very little wind and then we got a pretty consistent, not very strong west wind, so it wasn't very tricky from that perspective," said Villegas. "Fairways are forgiving. Got away with a couple little toe-y shots, still stayed in the fairway. I hit my irons nice and the putter worked. Anytime you shoot 8 under par you've got to roll some good putts and that was the case today."

The top 125 in the FedExCup Fall standings thru The RSM Classic will be exempt into all Full-Field events and The Players Championship next season.

Nos. 51-60 in the standings at the conclusion of The RSM Classic will qualify for two Signature Events in 2024 via The Next 10 (AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, The Genesis Invitational).

Pos.PlayerTo ParThruR1
1Cameron Percy-10F62
T2Michael Kim-8F64
T2Camilo Villegas-8F64
T2Nate Lashley-8F64
T2Tano Goya-8F64
T6Matt Kuchar-7F65
T6Cameron Young-7F65
T6Matti Schmid-7F65
T6Justin Lower-7F65
T6Kramer Hickok-7F65
T6Jeffrey Kang-717-
T12Chesson Hadley-6F66
T12Stephan Jaeger-6F66
T12Justin Suh-6F66
T12Luke List-6F66
T12Brandt Snedeker-6F66
T12Scott Piercy-6F66
T12Beau Hossler-6F66
T12Kensei Hirata-6F66
T12Davis Thompson-6F66
T21Paul Haley II-5F67
T21Nico Echavarria-5F67
T21K.H. Lee-5F67
T21Keith Mitchell-5F67
T21Kevin Tway-5F67
T21Chez Reavie-5F67
T27Max McGreevy-4F68
T27Erik van Rooyen-4F68
T27Ben Griffin-4F68
T27Brice Garnett-4F68
T27Ryan Moore-4F68
T27Andrew Putnam-4F68
T27Matthias Schwab-4F68
T27Mark Hubbard-4F68
T27Doug Ghim-4F68
T27Cameron Champ-4F68
T27Russell Knox-4F68
T27David Lingmerth-4F68
T27Brent Grant-4F68
T27Ludvig Åberg-4F68
T27Chase Johnson-417-
T42Austin Smotherman-3F69
T42Harrison Endycott-3F69
T42Patton Kizzire-3F69
T42Harry Hall-3F69
T42MJ Daffue-3F69
T42Martin Trainer-3F69
T42Stewart Cink-3F69
T42Brian Gay-3F69
T42Martin Laird-3F69
T42Lucas Herbert-3F69
T42Ryan Armour-3F69
T42Brandon Wu-3F69
T42Will Gordon-3F69
T42Jimmy Walker-3F69
T42Austin Eckroat-3F69
T42Jason Dufner-3F69
T42James Hahn-3F69
T42Kevin Roy-3F69
T42Henrik Norlander-3F69
T42Carson Young-3F69
T42Greyson Sigg-3F69
T42J.J. Spaun-3F69
T42Taylor Montgomery-3F69
T42Ryan Brehm-3F69
T42Lanto Griffin-3F69
T42Lucas Glover-3F69
T42Akshay Bhatia-3F69
T42Adam Long-3F69
T42Charley Hoffman-3F69
T42Sam Ryder-3F69
T42Kyle Westmoreland-317-
T73Kevin Yu-2F70
T73David Lipsky-2F70
T73Harry Higgs-2F70
T73Sahith Theegala-2F70
T73Callum Tarren-2F70
T73Chris Naegel-2F70
T73Sebastián Vázquez-2F70
T73Brian Stuard-2F70
T73Robert Streb-2F70
T73Richy Werenski-2F70
T73Nick Hardy-2F70
T73Tyler Duncan-2F70
T73Kelly Kraft-2F70
T73Robby Shelton-2F70
T73Billy Davis(a)-217-
T88Ryan Palmer-1F71
T88Cody Gribble-1F71
T88Adam Svensson-1F71
T88Satoshi Kodaira-1F71
T88Isidro Benitez-1F71
T88Thomas Detry-1F71
T88Mackenzie Hughes-1F71
T88Troy Merritt-1F71
T88Zac Blair-1F71
T88Hayden Buckley-1F71
T88Ryo Ishikawa-1F71
T88Roberto Díaz-116-
T100Jonathan ByrdParF72
T100Chris KirkParF72
T100Davis RileyParF72
T100Peter KuestParF72
T100Michael BlockParF72
T100Preston Summerhays(a)ParF72
T100Isaiah SalindaParF72
T100Austin CookParF72
T100Ben MartinParF72
T100C.T. PanParF72
T100Taylor PendrithParF72
T100Michael GligicParF72
T100Chris GotterupParF72
T100Hunter EpsonPar17-
T114Doc Redman+1F73
T114Ben Taylor+1F73
T114Peter Malnati+1F73
T114Zecheng Dou+1F73
T114Andrew Landry+1F73
T114Vince Whaley+1F73
T114Ryan Gerard+117-
T114Scott Harrington+116-
T114Peter Knade+116-
T123Tyson Alexander+2F74
T123Dylan Frittelli+2F74
T123Maverick McNealy+2F74
T123Emiliano Grillo+2F74
T127Jose Cristobal Islas(a)+3F75
T127Carl Yuan+3F75
T129Jim Herman+4F76
T129Nick Watney+4F76
T129Trevor Cone+4F76
132Augusto Núñez+617-
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World Wide Technology Championship 2023

Date: November 2nd - 5th 2023

Location: El Cardonal at Diamante, Los Cabos, Mexico

Purse: $8,200,000

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