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Rahm Leads in Dubai; Martin, Rodgers Take Top Spot in RSM Classic

Rahm Leads in Dubai; Martin, Rodgers Take Top Spot in RSM Classic. Former world number one Jon Rahm shot a 7-under-par 65 to capture the third-round lead in the season-ending DP World Tour Championship on Saturday at the Jumeirah Golf Estates in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The Spaniard’s bogey-free round gave him an aggregate of 15-under 201. One shot ahead of Matt Fitzpatrick, who carded a 70. Rahm is two strokes ahead of third-running Alex Noren, who shot a 68. Another stroke back was Rory McIlroy, who also shot a 65 to climb to a share of fourth with Tyrrell Hatton, who carded a 72.

Rahm Leads in Dubai: Two-way Fight for European Tour Crown

Fitzpatrick and McIlroy are in contention for the Harry Vardon trophy, which is awarded to the top golfer of the European Tour for the season. McIlroy, who has taken home the US Professional Golfers Association’s FedEx Cup. Aiming to win the both titles at the same season for the first year. Fitzpatrick can edge out McIlroy if he wins the DP World Tour Championship and McIlroy finishes second or lower. The Englishman can also outpoint the Northern Irishman if he finishes second while the latter ends up in eighth or lower. The fourth round is expected to be an exciting clash between the two golfers vying for the Harry Vardon trophy and the best betting site for golf will be there to give updates on the  event and take your picks for the exciting year-end event in the European Tour.

Martin, Rodgers Lead RSM Classic 3rd Round

Ben Martin and Patrick Rodgers captured the share of the lead. In the penultimate round of the US Professional Golfers Association Tour RSM Classic in St. Simons Island, Georgia on Saturday. Rodgers, who is seeking his first victory in the US PGA Tour. Tamed the Sea Island Golf Club course by sinking four straight birdies on the back nine en route to a 6-under-par 64 for a 54-hole total of 14-under 198. Martin, who is looking to capture his first PGA Tour title in eight years. He settled for a 65 to share the top spot with his compatriot. He could have ended the third round as the leader if he only made the five-foot par attempt in the 18th hole. It was Martin’s first bogey in 41 holes.

US PGA Golf Odds

Adam Svensson surged into contention in the third round as he carded a 62. The Canadian shared third place in 199 with Andrew Putnam and Sahith Theegala of the US. A shot further ahead were Canadian Taylor Pendrith and Americans Harry Higgs, Brian Harman, Alex Smalley. Taylor Montgomery, Kevin Streelman and Beau Hossler.Golfers are playing two rounds on the par-72 Plantation course and par-70 Seaside course each. The last 36 holes are taking place at the Seaside layout. The tournament is expected to be a dogfight with 12 golfers who are two shots off the lead.

Current US PGA golf odds are hot on a big turnaround in the fourth round with one of the 12 players in contention catching fire down the stretch and winning the event. It is also possible that someone who is outside of the Top 12 will wax hot. He can overtake the third-round leaders and take home the victory in the end. An exciting conclusion awaits the final round of the RSM Classic.