Could be the craziest Sunday pairing this season on the PGA Tour.
First things first — Wyndham Clark is your 54-hole leader and unless you’re a fan of the Oregon Ducks, you probably haven’t heard much about the 25-year-old rookie. Rightfully so, he’s had one, yes one career top 10 in his young career and that came last week at the Puerto Rico Open.
Clark’s Saturday 67 at challenging PGA National got him to the top of the scoreboard at seven-under par, most of it came on the front nine where he was five-under through his first seven holes.
He’ll play the final round staring at 56-year-old Vijay Singh, a player with 34 wins but none in more than a decade. Singh’s sizzling 65 was the lowest round of the day and it earned him a spot in the final twosome with the untested Clark. Singh will try and become the oldest player ever to win a regular PGA Tour event.
Outside of that odd couple, there are interesting contenders like Rickie Fowler and Brooks Koepka. Fowler shot 66 and is just two shots back of the lead while a 70 by Koepka left him at four-under, just three back going into the final 18.
K.H. Lee and Keith Mitchell both ended up at six-under. Neither has a PGA Tour win.
Along with Koepka, there are five other players at four-under.