Chalmers Holds 54-Hole Lead at the Barracuda Championship

Greg Chalmers leads the Barracuda Championship at the 54 hole mark. Chalmers is seeking his first win on the PGA Tour. Credit: EFA

Greg Chalmers pulled away from Gary Woodland over the final 6 holes on Saturday, and heads into Sunday’s final round of the Barracuda Championship as its leader with 39 points.

The 42 year-old Chalmers, a tour professional since 1998, is seeking his first win on the PGA Tour at the Nicklaus-designed MontrĂȘux in Reno, NV.

The Aussie closed strong with 5 birdies and a par over the final six holes, worth 10 points in this Stableford scoring format. Woodland and Ben Martin are tied for 2nd place with 33 points, six points behind Chalmers.

Leaderboard: Chalmers (39), Woodland (33), Martin (33), Laird (28), Wheatcroft (27)

Extra: Take a look at the putting style of Chalmers which has social media buzzing.

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