(EFE) .- The Spanish golfer Sergio García delivered this Saturday a card of 66 strokes (-6) in the third round to add 202 impacts (-14) that allowed him to share the first place in the classification with Australian Cameron Davis and American JT Poston, all of them with a stroke of advantage in the Sanderson Farms Championship
American Brandt Snedeker and Norwegian Kristoffer Ventura rank fourth with 203 strokes (-13) after dealing cards with 67 (-5) and 68 (-4), respectively.
Garcia, 40, made a perfect round at the Jackson Country Club, home of the tournament, with six birdies, including two series of two in a row (8 and 9, 11 and 12).
The Spanish golfer was consistent both on long hits and when he made the putts on the green, allowing him to reach the last round with every chance of fighting for the title.
Davis was the one who made the best round of the third round, turning over a 63-stroke card (-9) after making seven birdies and having an eagle, on the 14th hole to complete a perfect round.
While Poston registered 69 shots (-3) after making five birdies and committing two bogeys.
The Colombian Sebastián Muñoz, who defends the champion title, delivered a card with 70 hits (-2), that allowed him to add 207 impacts (-9) and place himself five from the lead, after occupying fourteenth place, which he shares with seven other players.
The Spanish Rafael Cabrera, along with the Argentine Emiliano Grillo and the Colombian Camilo Villegas, who also made the cut on Friday, walked away from the positions to compete for the title.
Cabrera delivered a card of 71 hits (-1) to add 212, the same thing that Grillo did, while Villegas registered 74 strokes (+2) and also shared with them the 43rd position of the classification.