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Matteson shoots 5-under 66, leads by 3 shots at John Deere
“Those were four nice birdies in a row, which I really needed,” Stricker said.
The final one made up for the bogey on the last hole, set up by shoving his tee shot into a grove of trees to the right of the fairway.
Nonetheless, he posted his 37th under-par round at Deere Run in 39 attempts, and is 109-under par at the course since the tournament moved here in 2000.
Johnson, whose gallery in the third round rivaled Stricker‘s, is from Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and is a member of the tournament’s board of directors. While chasing his first win at Deere Run, he understands how Stricker would make history by triumphing.
“If I can’t win it, I wouldn’t mind seeing him win it,” Johnson said. “It’s not hard to be a fan of his. But anything can happen. There are guys behind making birdies.”
In contrast to Stricker and Johnson, Matteson played in relative seclusion, even though he was in the final pairing with Harman. There was little applause when his approach shot landed on the 18th green.
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