The American Cameron Tringale is the new leader of the 3M Open of the PGA Tour, completing this Saturday the third round with a card of 66 (-5) for 201 (-12) after making an eagle, in the par of the 5 of the hole 13 , and three birdies. His compatriots Mavericks McNealy and Gary Woodland shared second place with a cumulative 202 hits (-11) after handing out scorecards of 68 (-3) and 67 (-4), respectively.
While the Spaniards Rafa Cabrera and Sergio García had opposite luck. Cabrera presented a signed card of 71 strokes (even), the worst so far this tournament, which cost him to drop 13 places in the provisional classification to occupy the 39th (208, -5), which he shared with three other players.
The opposite of what happened with Garcia, who had his best record of 69 strokes (-2) and recovered 11 places with a total of 209 strokes (-4).