Five storylines to watch on Sunday at the Zurich Classic
Keegan Bradley, David Duval, and Paul Casey top your Sunday storylines in New Orleans.
We're not exactly dealing with a big-time leaderboard (or field, for that matter) at the Zurich Classic this weekend but that doesn't mean the one-two spots aren't a little star-studded.
Here are five stories to keep an eye on Sunday as you watch the penultimate tournament before the Players Championship.
First, here are your 54-hole leaders:
1. Keegan to join elite list? Here's the entire list of golfers under 30 with four PGA Tour wins including a major: Rory McIlroy, Webb Simpson. That's it. Keegan Bradley can make it three on Sunday.
2. You should get to know Seung-Yul Noh: No matter if Noh closes down the Zurich Classic for won No. 1. you should get familiar with the 22-year-old. Nike bet big on him recently and he has a real chance to be the best player Korea has ever seen. He also has a chance to do this on Sunday:
3. How low will winner go? In 2013 Billy Horschel needed a 64 for the win. The two years before that a 70 and 69 was enough on Sunday. If it's the former, look out for Charley Hoffman and if the latter, my money is on Noh (3-2 odds) or Bradley (7-4 odds).
4. How will Duval finish? I have to admit, every time I've logged on to look at the leaderboard this week, my first scroll has been to "Duval, David." I want him to be successful for reasons I'm not totally sure of. He's T20 after a third-round 70 and a real chance to finish top 10.
5. Paul Casey? Wait, Paul Casey?! Yep, the Englishman shot 64 on Saturday to get to T7 and within five of the lead. His only top 10 in the last four years is a T4 at the 2011 HSBC Champions. That could easily change on Sunday.
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