Sebastian Munoz has looked great this week at the Greenbrier Resort, but the rookie still has another round to go, and six players are within four of his 14-under par total.
Here are four insane numbers from the third round of The Greenbrier Classic:
Munoz is the 54-hole leader because he's been unbelievable on the greens this week. The Colombian is first in strokes gained: putting, and fourth in putter per GIR. He's also made 396 feet worth of putts through three rounds, the second-best number on tour this season.
Kevin Streelman didn't make a single birdie on Day 3, but he also didn't write a bogey on his scorecard, either. Streelman made 18 pars in his third-round 70, and now leads the field this week with 46 pars.
Davis Love III fired a 2-under-par 68 on Saturday - his third straight round in the 60s this week. The 53-year-old hasn't produced three sub-70 rounds in a tournament since the third round of the 2015 Wyndham Championship, 686 days ago. Love III would add a final-round 64 at Greensboro in 2015, capturing his 21st career PGA Tour title.
Munoz will have to do something that has never been done at The Greenbrier Classic if he wants to win his first PGA Tour title. In six tournaments held, the 54-hole leader has never lifted the trophy on Sunday at the historic resort.
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