Successful tournament concludes on Sunday, Bubba Watson wins trophy

Casey was all smiles as he finished his third round

Casey was all smiles as he finished his third round

Paul Casey shot an 8-under 62 on Saturday to take a four-stroke lead into the final round of the Travelers Championship.

Henley's 67 was enough to keep him within four shots of the lead, and three players finished the round at 11-under to give themselves a fighting chance on Sunday.

Watson does sometimes rubs his fellow tour players the wrong way- an ESPN player survey listed him as the player his fellow peers would least be likely to help out in a fight-but the 39-year-old just might be in the top-10 for most charitable players on the PGA Tour.

Spieth finished the day with a 1-under-par 69 to reach 4-under for the tournament, well off the 12-under and subsequent playoff victory over Daniel Berger he enjoyed here a year ago.

Jason Day, already a two-time victor on the PGA Tour this year, goes into the final round with a six-shot deficit to overturn after he fired a 66 to claim a share of sixth place with double Travelers champion Bubba Watson and Memorial victor Bryson DeChambeau. Spieth said he was originally planning to take time off until he defends his title at the British Open, but may re-evaluate that as he works on his game. The lefty earned the $1.26 million prize after shooting a 17-under 263 during the four-day tournament. Watson came from six back to the 2010 event and beat Casey in a playoff in 2015.

Casey hit all 18 greens in regulation for just the third time in his career to stand on 16-under 194 for 54 holes with American Russell Henley second on 198.Casey had complained of pulling the ball off the tee but a lesson with Kostis at the driving range saw him improve his posture and adjust his stance closer to the ball to produce the low round of the tournament. But I can't control what (Casey) is doing.

Much is made of the eccentric personality of Bubba Watson.

Northern Irish four-time major victor Rory McIlroy finished on 11 under after a 67, while US Open champion Brooks Koepka was tied for 19th on nine under. Behind them were four-time major victor Rory McIlroy as well as two Americans, Brian Harman and Peter Malnati, at 6-under.

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Five strokes behind tournament host Steve Stricker after an opening 69 in rain Friday at University Ridge Golf Course, Toledo had six birdies in a bogey-free round Saturday to reach 9-under 135.

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Fred Couples (67) - the tournament's 2017 champion - Kent Jones (67), Billy Mayfair (68) and David Toms (66) were a stroke back, and eight golfers were at 8 under.

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"Then I holed a bunker shot [at the WGC-HSBC Champions in November, which was part of the 2014-15 season]".

After a drive to the left side of the fairway on the 421-yard par-4 14th hole, Bryan chipped in his third, carding a birdie for the hole.

The 52-year-old McCarron birdied Nos. "You're so far back, you've got to kind of make a move and if you shoot 10 (under), you never know what can happen".

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