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Korean An Byeong chasing Glover and Horschel at Wyndham  

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Greensboro, NC: Korea’s Byeong Hun An, who has already secured a berth for the Playoffs, had a 65 and was three shots behind the leader Lucas Glover and Billy Horschel at the Wyndham Championship, the last event before the FedExCup playoffs on the PGA TOUR. An after 65 in the third round was 15-under, while Glover (62) was 18-under.

Behind the two co-leaders, Russell Henley (65) was third and An was lying fourth.

Lucas Glover and Billy Horschel started the event as long shots to advance to the Playoffs but can now win and do so. Horschel and Glover each could advance to the Playoffs with a runner-up finish, though both have a bigger goal they are chasing.

The Wyndham Championship is the final PGA TOUR event before the FedExCup Playoffs, and only the top 70 advance to next week in Memphis, Tennessee. That’s a change from previous years, when the top 125 made the Playoffs.

The 31-year-old An continued to shine at Sedgefield Country Club, securing six birdies against a single bogey to finish in solo fourth on 15-under 195.

Countryman Sungjae Im will enter the final day in tied 16th position on 202 after signing for a solid 67 while another Korean Si Woo Kim and C.T. Pan of Chinese Taipei carded 69 and 68 respectively to tie for 43rd place.

Chinese duo Marty Zecheng Dou and Carl Yuan were unable to make any headway on the penultimate day as they carded a 70 and 73 for T56 and T63 respectively.

An, who has three runner-up finishes on the PGA TOUR, is aiming to join an illustrious group of Asian players, which includes his compatriots K.J. Choi (2005), Si Woo Kim (2016) and Tom Kim (2022), as well as Japan’s Shigeki Maruyama (2003) and India’s Arjun Atwal (2010), who have won the tournament.

Glover, the 2009 U.S. Open champion, sank nine birdies against a lone bogey en route to a sparkling 62 as he recorded his career’s best 54-hole score on TOUR.

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