Harris English holds a two-shot lead going into Sunday’s final round of the WGC-FedEx St Jude Invitational, but five other golfers are within five shots of the lead.
The American, who already has four PGA Tour titles to his name, carded a third round 65 to leave him on -18, two shots ahead of the chasing pack.
There’s no doubting that English (11/8 – Outright Winner) has the belief, having won the Travelers Championship last month, even with several big names chasing him hard on Sunday.
Bryson DeChambeau is tied for second, along with Australia’s Cameron Smith, after last year’s US Open champion shot a 63 on Saturday – which included a back-nine of just 30 shots.
The world number seven has never won at WGC event to date, but many will feel he could end that wait in Memphis and can be backed at 23/10 to lift the trophy on Sunday.
Mexico’s Abraham Ancer is sat alone in fourth on -14 after firing a third round 67, whilst European hopes rest with Ian Poulter.
The Englishman (6/4 – Top Five finish) is in a tie for fifth, with Scottie Scheffler, five shots off the lead and looking to build on a strong end to his third round.
Poulter birdied two of the last three holes to card a 67 and move himself into contention for a first PGA Tour success since 2018.
Dustin Johnson and Paul Casey are amongst four players who are T7, but seven shots looks a lot to make up on a course that has seen low scoring all week.