Quick hits from Saturday at Greenbrier Classic

by
Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports

Top quote - Davis Love III

"If I had putted a little bit better today, I'd be right in it," Love III told CBS Sports after a round of 68.

Best round - Robert Streb

Streb canned a 91-foot birdie putt on the opening hole, then added four more birdies and an eagle for a 5-under-par 65. The 30-year-old sits in solo second place at 12-under par for the tournament, two strokes back of Sebastian Munoz.

Stat Round 3
Fairways hit 8/14
Greens hit 13/18
Putts per GIR 1.615

Shot of the day - Streb at No. 12

Streb found the deep rough off the tee at the par-5 12th, but gashed his 231-yard approach with a hybrid onto the green, setting up an easy eagle putt.

(Video courtesy: pgatour.com)

Biggest disappointment - Ben Martin

Martin was in the final pairing with Munoz, but shot a front-nine 40, and signed for a 5-over-par 75.

Stat(s) - 4 stood out

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Sunday's storylines

  • Munoz has a world ranking of 410, but will up that Sunday if he wins his first PGA Tour title.
  • Sunday's top four finishers who aren't already in the Open Championship field will earn tickets to the 146th Open at Royal Birkdale.

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