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The Tour Report

January 23 2011

3:27 PM

Vegas holding his own so far

It’s early in the final round, but Jhonattan Vegas has acquited himself well so far at 1 under through three holes to take a one-shot lead over Gary Woodland, who is even par.

The day’s best round, however, belongs to Brian Gay. He’s 7 under through 11 holes with eight birdies and just one bogey after starting on the back nine at the Palmer Course, which is the only course in play today. As a result, Gay has climbed 31 spots on the leaderboard and is in a tie for sixth three shots off the lead.

In all, there are a dozen players, including defending champ Bill Haas, within five shots of the lead.