Round 3 FAQs at Quicken Loans National

The Saturday round, number three, of the Quicken Loans National at Congressional Country Club is in the books.

Here are your 5 Frequently Asked Questions.

1. Who is leading?

The leader is Billy Hurley, who is at 15-under par for the tournament. The former Naval Academy star has fired rounds of 66, 65, and 67 this week.

2. Who are the top 5?

Ernie Els, who won the U.S. Open at Congressional in 1997, is in second place at 13-under, after firing a 65 today. Rookie phenom Jon Rahm, who held the top spot for the first two rounds, is hanging in there, and is at 12-under, and in sole possession of the third spot. Bill Haas and Webb Simpson round out the top 5, both sitting at 10-under par, and tied for fourth.

3. How did Vijay Singh do today?

Vijay is also hanging tough, and finds himself in a tie for the No. 6 position with Harold Varner III. Both are at 8-under, 7 shots behind the leader Hurley.

4. Who had the best round today?

Ernie Els carded a 6-under 65 today — which was the best round of the day.

5. Who had the worst round?

A 6-over par 77 was today’s worst score. Three players recorded this number: Camilo Villegas (+2), Scott Langley (+5), and Jon Curran (+6).

PGW Staff

This post was produced by a Pro Golf Weekly staff member.

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