Sunday, November 21, 2021

It’s a big day ahead for Waterford’s Seamus Power in Georgia as he’s right in contention for a second PGA Tour win.

The Touraneena man goes into the final round of the RSM Classic in Georgia in a tie for second on -13, three behind the leader, Talor Gooch, on -16.

Rounds of 63, 69 and 67 have the West Waterford man right in the mix with a chance of a second PGA Tour win of 2021 and as well as a cheque for $1.29 million, there’s also an invitation to tee it up at Augusta National next April at the Masters.

“The goal is to get a win in the 500-point events and what comes with that,” said Power, who could jump from 89th in the world into the top 50 with a win and add the Masters, The Open and the US Open to his start in next year’s PGA Championship.

“Golf, you’re always trying to improve. Some things I was trying to continue to improve here and there, and it’s just fun to try and put yourself in contention to see how you react.”

Seamus will be in the final group with Gooch and Sebastian Munoz and they will tee off at 4.15pm Irish time.

Best of luck Seamus.

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