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Published: 12:09 | 21/8/16

McDowell surges into Wyndham contention

Graeme McDowell has moved into contention at the Wyndham Championship in Greensboro, North Carolina.

The Northern Irishman fired a six-under-par round of 64 - a day which featured eight birdies and two bogeys - to move into a tie for sixth place ahead of the final round on Sunday.

The 2010 US Open champion is six shots off the pace being set by leader Kim Si-woo, with the Korean also carding a 64 on Saturday, which added to his remarkable 60 in the second round, left him clear on -18.

Si-woo is four shots ahead of second-placed Rafa Cabrera-Bello, with Luke Donald and the American pair of Kevin Na and Jim Furyk lying a strok further back.

Shane Lowry, who like McDowell, is hoping for a strong finish to the season to put him in Ryder Cup captain Darren Clarke's thoughts as a potential pick for next month's showdown at Hazeltine, signed for a disappointing even-par 70 which leaves him on -5.

Another player who is desperately scrambling to be one of Clarke's three picks is Donald and the English player stated his course both on and off the course.

"I think I have the best record in European history as a player," he said after the third round.

"Obviously I'll bring a lot of experience.I need to win probably tomorrow and probably need to have a good chance to win (next week's event) Barclays to have a chance (of being picked by Clarke).

"It's been a slow season for me. t hasn't been consistent but I've been working extremely hard and it's nice to see some form coming into play."

McIlroy targets four majors in four years

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Rory McIlroy has set himself the target of doubling his major tally by 2021, and regaining his world number one ranking this year.

Johnson tops world rankings

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Dustin Johnson is the new world number one following his victory at the Genesis Open in California.

Harrington and Johnson in the hunt

08:45 | 17/2/17

Padraig Harrington is just three shots off the lead held by Sam Saunders following the first round of the Genesis Open in California.

Back problems continue for Woods

12:12 | 15/2/17

Tiger Woods has been "advised by doctors to limit all activities" as he tries to recover from the back spasms which forced him out of this week's Genesis Open.

Injury forces Woods withdrawals

16:35 | 10/2/17

Tiger Woods has withdrawn from next week's Genesis Open and the Honda Classic a fortnight later as he struggles with "ongoing back spasms".

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