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article imagePGA Tour Scores: Sergio Garcia third round leader at Deutshe Bank

By Larry Seely     Sep 1, 2013 in Sports
Boston - PGA Tour fans are in for a big finish at the Deutshe Bank Championship as eighteen golfers are within seven shots of the lead heading into the final round.
Sergio Garcia is leading the way at -19, but with the TPC of Boston yielding plenty of good scores, the championship is still up for grabs.
Garcia led after round two and after another stellar round of 65, the Spaniard holds a two shot lead over Henrik Stenson. The 33 year-old made seven birdies and just one bogey on his round. The 14th hole seems to have his number this week as Garcia has played the par 4 in +3, including his only blemish on his round on Sunday.
Henrik Stenson sits in second place heading into the final round on Monday at -17. Stenson has just two bogeys all week and has played solid golf for all three days.
The best round of the day belonged to Canadian Graham DeLeat who jumped into a tie for third with a brilliant round of 62. DeLeat made bogey on his opening hole, but then reeled off ten birdies over his last 17 holes to finish at -16 through the first three rounds and gives the 31 year-old a good shot at moving up the Fed Ex Cup leader board and possibly into the top-10 heading into the next tournament.
This is the second of four Fed Ex Cup events and with so many great scores, the fans and PGA Tour are the biggest winners. After a week off, the BMW Championship will take place at Conway Farms Golf Course in Lake Forest, Illinois with the top players then heading to the Tour Championship in Atlanta with the opening round beginning on September 19.
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