Harry Hall and Adam Schenk are tied for the lead at the Charles Schwab Challenge after three rounds. Hall shot a 66 on Saturday, while Schenk shot a 67. They are both at 10 under par, one shot ahead of Harris English and Viktor Hovland.
Hall is looking for his first PGA Tour victory, while Schenk is looking for his second. Hall has been playing well all week, and he is confident that he can win on Sunday. Schenk is also playing well, and he is excited to have a chance to win on a major championship course.
The final round will be played on Sunday, and it is sure to be a close one. The weather is expected to be hot and humid, which could make it difficult for the players to score. However, the course is playing well, and there are plenty of birdie opportunities.
Scottie Scheffler is in contention despite a rough start
World No. 1 Scottie Scheffler is in contention for the Charles Schwab Challenge despite a rough start. Scheffler shot a 74 on Thursday, but he bounced back with rounds of 67 and 66 to get to 6 under par.
Scheffler is still six shots off the lead, but he is playing well enough to win. He has been hitting the ball well, and he is making putts when he needs to. If he can continue to play well on Sunday, he will have a good chance to win his second PGA Tour title of the year.
The Charles Schwab Challenge is a great opportunity for young players
The Charles Schwab Challenge is a great opportunity for young players to make their mark on the PGA Tour. The tournament is played on a challenging course, and it attracts a strong field of players. This year, there are a number of young players who are in contention, including Harry Hall, Adam Schenk, and Scottie Scheffler.
These young players are all playing well, and they are all hungry to win. If they can continue to play well on Sunday, they could all be in contention for the title. The Charles Schwab Challenge is a great opportunity for young players to show the world what they can do, and it will be interesting to see who comes out on top on Sunday.