Todd still leads in Memphis as Fowler, Koepka and Thomas circle

Pete Cowen

Renowned coach Pete Cowen counts Brooks Koepka among his many pupils More

He shot a 75 in the final round of the Travelers Championship and tied for 11th.

European -Sam Horsfield will take a one-shot lead into the final day of the Hero Open despite leading by six strokes at one stage in the third round of the Hero Open in Birmingham, England. "The best players in the world treat each final round like it's just another day, and they just go out there and try to execute and stick to their game and let the results fall as they do".

The 35-year-old said he was well aware of the magnitude of the position he was in at the TPC Southwind course. Since the return to play in June, Todd missed two cuts, with his best finish a tie for 11th at the Travelers Championship.

CHAMPIONS TOUR: Tommy Armour III and Billy Andrade each opened with a 6-under 66 to share the lead at the Ally Challenge in Grand Blanc, Michigan, as the PGA Tour Champions returned for the first time since March.

South Korea's Byeong Hun An is one shot behind leader Todd at 11 under par, after carding a third-round 66.

Defending champion Brooks Koepka had slipped off the pace after a 71 on Friday, and had with a double-bogey six at the second, dropping another at the sixth as he turned two over. He was fourth at 9 under.

"It's the first time I feel like I know where my misses are, I know when the club's in the correct spot, I know when the putting stroke's nice", Koepka said. He added two of his first four on the back nine, the second sinking a 7-footer on No. 13.

Phil Mickelson (66) and Louis Ooosthuizen (68) were in a group five strokes back.

On Friday, his putter worked well enough that he needed only 24 putts in a round that featured a 50-footer for birdie on the par-3 No. 14. Todd couldn't get out of the rough on the par-4 No. 5 on the way to only his second bogey of the tournament. He rebounded by hitting his approach 175 yards on No. 17 to 3 feet for birdie, and he chipped in from just off the front of the green on No. 18.

Todd took the lead back to himself on the next hole with a 22-foot birdie putt on the par-3 eighth.

LPGA: Danielle Kang returned from a 45-minute rain delay with two straight birdies, then made three straight bogeys to settle for a 1-over 73 in hard scoring conditions, giving her a share of the lead with Celine Boutier and Jodi Ewart Shadoff in the LPGA Drive On Championship in Toledo, Ohio. Todd pushed his own birdie chance just right of the hole. Todd hit a 6-iron to the left side of the green, and he had to roll the ball over a mound, breaking left at least 5 feet. A bogey dropped him to 12 under.

"I still don't hit it far, but I feel like I'm able to shape shots a little bit". He made two more birdies on 13 and 16 then closed his round out with consecutive pars.

Brendon Todd is one of three players who have won twice on the PGA Tour this season, and he's looking for more.

England's Tom Lewis matched a course record with a 61, equaling the mark set by Jay Delsing in 1993 and tied by Bob Estes in 2001.

The four-times major victor, who struggled in his last three events, said his putter let him down on Friday during his one-over-par 71 but that he was not going to lose sleep with plenty of golf still to play.

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