(Reuters) – Matt Every came out firing after a lengthy weather delay and grabbed a one-shot lead midway through his third round at the AT&T Byron Nelson in Dallas before play was halted on Saturday due to darkness.
Tee times at a saturated Trinity Forest were pushed back six hours due to inclement weather but that hardly bothered Every as he went six-under through nine holes to reach 18-under-par on the week before the horn sounded to end play.
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“This place is playing pretty easy right now,” said world number 472 Every. “Everybody is shooting the grass off of it and it’s going to turn into a putting contest because there’s no way this is going to dry out in one day.”
Every, who started the day four shots back of overnight leader Sung Kang of South Korea, got off to a rousing start when he holed out for eagle from 97 feet at the par-five first and then made four birdies over...
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