Dell Technologies Championship 2018: is a professional golf tournament on the PGA Tour in the Northeastern United States, Tee times, how to see Tiger. 2018 Dell Technologies Championship leaderboard, takeaway points: Bryson DeChambeau makes statement 2018 Dell Technologies Championship leaderboard, starting points: Bryson DeChambeau makes statement It was also fascinating to see him interact during his round with Tiger Woods. The couple has been discussed as a possible partner in the Ryder Cup in Paris (although none are on the team yet), and clearly enjoy each other.
After DeChambeau finished with that eagle to get close to the lead at that moment, Woods gave him a big hug of five. Actually, Tiger Woods did that with a competitor during a weekend round! Their mutual feelings are clearly mutual, and they will be a good duo of the Ryder Cup if so. Regardless of what happens in Paris, DeChambeau has the chance to win for the fourth time in his 69th event.
It took Justin Thomas 74 events to get four victories. It took Jordan Spieth 75. It took Dustin Johnson 78. It took Jason Day 163. It took Rickie Fowler 179. DeChambeau is a star with superstar potential. I’m not sure we’ve realized it yet, but if he keeps winning, it will be hard to ignore it.
Here are three more conclusions from Round 3 of the Dell Technologies Championship.
1. Rory emerges: After a first two days, Rory McIlroy ignited the field of fire early Sunday in round 3. The four-time main winner fired a 32 on the front (with a bogey!) And birdied two of his first four on the back to get to 10 below. He played the next five holes in 1, including a birdie lost on the last hole that led him to hit his putter. He was brilliant from the tee to the green, he led the field in driving and had a real chance to be sniffing the lead until Monday. Now he’s sniffing all four, but he has to have a monstrous final round if he wants to win his third Dell Technologies Championship.