Fleetwood eyes PGA Tour first
Tommy Fleetwood is relishing the opportunity to push for victory in the final round of the Honda Classic, as he lies just two shots behind leader Luke List.
Englishman Fleetwood, who claimed the Race to Dubai crown last season, is firmly in the hunt for a first-ever PGA Tour tournament win, having registered a 3-under par 67 in round three to remain right in contention.
I would love to get my first win on the PGA Tour this week.Tommy Fleetwood
His bid for victory was boosted by two eagles, including one at the last, in a round which also saw him register a double bogey at the par four 13th.
Afterwards Fleetwood told CBS Sports: "Great, great finish. I made two eagles, so that was always going to be great. I made some great up and downs as well.
"I would love to get my first win on the PGA Tour this week, that'll be something I want to do until I get it.
"It's great to be playing on courses like this that are such a test of every part of your game.
"You have to just remember that good golf - you have to go out there, try and play good golf - wherever it is, you can only do your best and see what that is."
With List leading the way on 7-under par for the tournament, his closest challengers are fellow Americans Webb Simpson and Justin Thomas, who are on shot back, with Fleetwood and Jamie Lovemark both on 5-under par.
Fleetwood is available at 250/1 to win the Honda Classic, with Thomas priced at 1/7 and Simpson 1000/1.
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