PGA Tour Brunch - R3 @ John Deere
@PGATourBrunch Previews "Moving Day" at the John Deere Classic
COURSE: TPC Deere Run (Silvis, Illinois)
DEFENDING CHAMPION: Dylan Frittelli (July, 2019)
PAST RESULTS: (link)
PAST CHAMPIONS: (link)
SOCIAL MEDIA: #PGATour #FedExCup @JDClassic
PGA TOUR SITE: (John Deere Classic)
TV COVERAGE: Today, July 10, Round 3 coverage 1:00pm to 3:00pm (EDT) on Golf Channel. CBS takes over from 3:00pm to 6:00pm (EDT). On Sunday, July 11: Golf Channel opens final round coverage 1:00pm to 3:00pm (EDT) and CBS wraps it up from 3:00pm to 6:00pm (EDT).
STREAMING: Streaming coverage this weekend with Featured Groups streaming 7:45am to 3:00pm (EDT) and Featured Holes 3:00pm to 6:00pm (EDT) both today and Sunday.
PGA TOUR RADIO COVERAGE: SiriusXM PGA Tour Radio returns with its weekend coverage on PGA Tour Radio from 1:00pm to 6:00pm (EDT) or until conclusion. PGA Tour Radio is available on Sirius 208/XM 92) or online on PGATour.com
How to Watch: In case of changes, see: (PGATourCom)
John Deere Classic: Tourney Notebook
Luke List is seeking to become the fourth consecutive player to make the John Deere Classic his first PGA Tour title as he seeks his first Tour victory in his 193rd start.
Sebastian Munoz hit 32 of 36 greens in regulation, his most through two rounds in any event on Tour.
Three players remain bogey-free through two rounds (Jason Dufner, Brandon Hagy, Chez Reavie).
The John Deere Classic provides the last chance to earn a spot into The Open Championship.
Leaderboard After 36 Holes at John Deere Classic
Luke List 66-63—129 (-13)
Sebastian Munoz 63-67—130 (-12)
Seven players 131 (-11)
Full Leaderboard (link)
36-hole cut: 72 professionals at 4-under 138 from a field of 155 professionals and one amateur. (138) matches the low 36-hole cut at this event: for the sixth time).
Tournament Tee Times today at 11:09am (EDT) through 1:10pm (EDT).
Weather: High humidity (85-90%) and rain in the Saturday forecast. Temperatures ranging 65-70 degrees with winds 8-10 mph. Sunday forecast much the same with rain/showers.
PGATourBrunch will post at 8:00am (EDT) on Sunday.
What They’re Saying:
List Takes 36-hole Lead at John Deere Classic (PGATourCom)
List with Birdie Binge (ESPN)
Na Withdraws from The Open Championship (ESPN)
On This Day in Golf History:
July 10, 1953 - In his only Open Championship appearance, Ben Hogan won his third major championship of the year when he took the Open title at Carnoustie Golf Links, winning by four strokes over Peter Thomsen of Australia, Dai Rees of Wales, Antonio Cerda of Argentina and American amateur Frank Stranahan. The victory marked the ninth and final major of Hogan’s career. - Courtesy of Randy Walker, Author of On This Day in Golf History, available via Amazon.com and by clicking HERE