Late bogey costly for Danny Lee on PGA Tour

Last updated 11:54 06/07/2014
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A late bogey cost Danny Lee a spot in the top 30 with a round to go in the PGA Tour's Greenbrier Classic.

Lee shot a second straight one-over 71 following his opening round five-under 65 at the West Virginia White Sulphur Springs course.

Lee dropped two shots at the second and third holes, but fought back to even with birdies at six and eight.

The 23-year-old mixed two bogeys on the back nine with a solitary birdie to finish the third round at three-under par and sit in a tie for 43rd.

Tim Wilkinson also made the cut, but the 35-year-old, who shot an even par 70, is in a tie for 61st at one-under.

American Billy Hurley III leads at 12-under, by two shots from two time major winner Angel Cabrera.  

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