Golf-Third round Wells Fargo Championship scores

Sun May 6, 2012 4:08am IST

May 5 (Infostrada Sports) - Third round scores on Saturday
from the U.S. PGA Tour Wells 
Fargo Championship at the par-72 course in Charlotte, North
Carolina: 
202 Webb Simpson (U.S.)          65 68 69  
203 Ryan Moore (U.S.)            65 70 68	
    D.A. Points (U.S.)           66 68 69  
204 Rory McIlroy (Britain)       70 68 66	
    Nick Watney (U.S.)           68 64 72  
205 Rickie Fowler (U.S.)         66 72 67	
    Stewart Cink (U.S.)          65 69 71  
206 Geoff Ogilvy (Australia)     71 70 65	
    George McNeill (U.S.)        70 68 68	
    John Senden (Australia)      66 68 72  
207 Ben Crane (U.S.)             70 64 73  
208 Jonas Blixt (Sweden)         68 73 67	
    Richard Lee (U.S.)           70 69 69	
    Noh Seung-Yul (South Korea)  68 70 70  
209 Robert Garrigus (U.S.)       69 72 68	
    Patrick Reed (U.S.)          66 74 69	
    Brian Davis (Britain)        66 74 69	
    Tommy Gainey (U.S.)          68 72 69	
    Jason Day (Australia)        70 70 69	
    Jeff Overton (U.S.)          68 71 70	
    David Toms (U.S.)            74 65 70	
    Martin Flores (U.S.)         68 70 71  
210 Tom Gillis (U.S.)            73 68 69	
    Sean O'Hair (U.S.)           72 69 69	
    Camilo Villegas (Colombia)   71 70 69	
    James Driscoll (U.S.)        71 70 69	
    Spencer Levin (U.S.)         72 68 70	
    Ben Curtis (U.S.)            69 70 71	
    Jonathan Byrd (U.S.)         69 69 72  
211 Phil Mickelson (U.S.)        71 72 68	
    Lee Westwood (Britain)       71 72 68	
    Kyle Reifers (U.S.)          70 72 69	
    Martin Laird (Britain)       72 70 69	
    J.B. Holmes (U.S.)           71 71 69	
    Carl Pettersson (Sweden)     69 72 70	
    Kang Sung-Hoon (South Korea) 71 70 70	
    Billy Mayfair (U.S.)         67 71 73	
    Robert Karlsson (Sweden)     71 67 73	
    Johnson Wagner (U.S.)        71 66 74	
    Heath Slocum (U.S.)          69 67 75	
    Hunter Haas (U.S.)           68 68 75  
212 Kevin Stadler (U.S.)         68 74 70	
    Brendon De Jonge (Zimbabwe)  67 73 72	
    Roberto Castro (U.S.)        68 72 72	
    John Merrick (U.S.)          70 68 74	
    Rocco Mediate (U.S.)         68 69 75	
    Arjun Atwal (India)          68 69 75  
213 Will Claxton (U.S.)          71 72 70	
    Troy Matteson (U.S.)         74 69 70	
    Cameron Tringale (U.S.)      69 74 70	
    Josh Teater (U.S.)           69 73 71	
    Jim Furyk (U.S.)             71 71 71	
    J.J. Henry (U.S.)            73 69 71	
    Brian Harman (U.S.)          67 74 72	
    Ryuji Imada (Japan)          69 72 72  
214 Kevin Chappell (U.S.)        72 71 71	
    Brendan Steele (U.S.)        71 72 71	
    Dicky Pride (U.S.)           69 72 73	
    Andres Romero (Argentina)    70 71 73  
215 Chad Campbell (U.S.)         72 71 72	
    Ken Duke (U.S.)              72 71 72	
    Jimmy Walker (U.S.)          69 73 73	
    Chris Kirk (U.S.)            75 67 73	
    Brandt Jobe (U.S.)           72 70 73	
    Bae Sang-Moon (South Korea)  69 69 77  
216 Alexandre Rocha (Brazil)     68 75 73	
    Marc Leishman (Australia)    75 67 74	
    Hunter Mahan (U.S.)          73 68 75  
217 Gary Christian (Britain)     73 70 74	
    Aaron Baddeley (Australia)   69 73 75  
218 Gavin Coles (Australia)      72 71 75	
    David Hearn (Canada)         70 72 76	
    Zach Johnson (U.S.)          70 71 77  
219 Harris English (U.S.)        70 72 77 	
	
 (Editing by Dave Thompson)
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