Kuchar back in BMW contention

A day after golfer Jim Furyk hit the game’s magic figure of 59 to get a portion of the lead at BMW Championship; it took very little for another golfer to go low at the Conway Farms Golf Club. After scrambling with windy circumstances through the 1st thirty six holes, Matt Kuchar finished his round with 3 back to back to card a bogey free, ten-under sixty one and rush up the leader board outside Chicago.

Matt Kuchar told that it was a completely different day compared to the first two days. Now Matt stays at five under 208 through 3 rounds after carding 5 birdies on each side on Saturday.

Following rounds seventy four and seventy three, Mat found himself tied for sixty-first through thirty six holes. He was in jeopardy of dropping sharply from his spot in the standings of FedEx Cup that was 4th entering this week. With several golfers in the field trying to go in the top 5 to assure their own luck at Tour Championship next week, Matt stated that he has absolutely no plans to begin number mashing FedEx Cup points.

Mat told that he had never figured out how thinking about any of those things serves someone to play better on the field. He really does not understand how people get concerned regarding these things. He thinks that one can play the best they can and allow the numbers to figure things out. The former players champ also added that he got off to a good start and then had a thought on the last hole; he thought if he hole this out from the fairway, it’s a 59.