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Charles Schwab Challenge Tee Times – Round Three

Davis Riley strikes a tee shot with a driver

Despite some weather delays at Colonial Country Club, Davis Riley produced a six-under-par round of 64 to move two clear of the field at the Charles Schwab Challenge.

Carding a 66 on Thursday, Riley bettered his score by two on Friday to get to 10-under, leading Hayden Buckley and Pierceson Coody by two and Sungjae Im, Keegan Bradley and Sepp Straka by four at six-under-par.

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With 36 holes remaining, Riley sits in the driver’s seat to push on and claim a first PGA Tour title since the 2023 Zurich Classic of New Orleans in April. Certainly, if he were to win, it would comfortably be his best finish of 2024, having missed the cut seven times in 14 starts.


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