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Sport McIlroy moves into three-way tie for lead at Genesis Invitational

06:15  16 february  2020
06:15  16 february  2020 Source:   performgroup.com

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World number one Rory McIlroy moves two shots behind leader Matt Kuchar at the Genesis Invitational after carding a second round four-under-par 67 in California.

Rory McIlroy is planning to avoid thinking about the congested leaderboard around him when he takes a share of the lead into the final round of the Genesis Rory McIlroy is chasing a second win of the season at the Genesis Invitational . McIlroy can move top of the FedExCup standings with a victory.

a close up of a baseball player holding a bat: Rory McIlroy in California © Getty Images Rory McIlroy in California

Rory McIlroy shot a three-under 68 to earn a share of the lead at the Genesis Invitational on Saturday.

The Northern Irishman produced four birdies and a bogey to move into a three-way tie for first at the Riviera Country Club in California.

Overnight leader Matt Kuchar let his two-stroke advantage slip in a third-round 70 that included a run of three bogeys in four holes.

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Adam Scott, the 2005 champion and two-time runner-up, joins McIlroy and Kuchar atop the leaderboard at 10 under after making six birdies en route to an impressive 67, backing up the blistering 64 he fired on Friday.

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Rory McIlroy is just two strokes behind leader Matt Kuchar at the halfway stage of the Genesis Invitational as Tiger Woods slipped nine shots off the Clark, playing in the final group of the day, made it a three - way tie for second when he parred the last in the evening gloom for a 68, while Scott

Rory McIlroy is tied for second at the Genesis Invitational . While that gives a bad look, the Holywood golfer went a way to explaining how he has managed to score. McIlroy managed to birdie all three of the par fives on Friday, picking up three more shots to counteract two birdies and tie the

Russell Henley (68) and Harold Varner III (69) are a shot behind the leaders, while 2017 winner Dustin Johnson (67) sits alongside Joel Dahmen (66) at eight under.

Defending champion J.B. Holmes carded a disappointing 76 to slip out of contention.

McIlroy, the world number one, will hope to emerge from a competitive field with a 19th PGA Tour victory and first in 2020.

"You just have to worry about yourself," he told a news conference.

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"Concentrate on what you're doing, do it well. Set yourself a target. Don't think about anyone else and if that's good enough at the end of the day, then great.

"If not, then someone has just played better than you. Hats off to them."

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