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The Tour Report

May 14 2011

12:45 PM

Cabrera, Hanson going low

PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. – The first two players finishing the third round of THE PLAYERS Championship had widely varying levels of success.

Matt Jones polished off a round of 69 that included six birdies while his playing partner, Kevin Chappell, struggled to an 80. Chappell had made the field for his first PLAYERS Championship when Jeff Maggert withdrew and shot even par in his first two rounds.

There are several other early starters who are putting up low numbers.

Peter Hanson, who birdied his last two holes on Friday to make the cut on the number. is making the most of his opportunity on the weekend. He has yet to make a bogey and is 6 under through14 holes – for the day and the tournament. 

Angel Cabrera also turned in 32 and has played his first 15 holes in 5 under to make another big jump up the leaderboard.