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The Tour Report

July 7 2013

5:59 PM

Wagner, Walker give one back

WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W. Va. -- Midway through the front nine in the rain-delayed final round of The Greenbrier Classic there are now four players in double digits under par.

The two players in the final group are both 1 over for the day. Johnson Wagner, the overnight leader, three-putted the undulating green at the second hole from 40 feet for bogey while Walker did the same from 53 feet at the next hole.

So the gap between the two remains two strokes with Wagner now 13 under and Walker at 11. Jonas Blixt is even par through four holes but he has been joined at 10 under by Steve Bowditch, who just tapped in from 14 inches at the fifth hole for birdie.

Defending champion Ted Potter Jr. has climbed into a tie for fifth at 9 under with Tag Ridings and Jordan Spieth. Potter is 3 under through 12 holes on Sunday.