Wilson at even par after third round of HSBC ChampionshipWisconsin Sports
-- Pewaukee native Mark Wilson was hitting the ball much better Friday, moving up the leaderboard at the HSBC Champions Tournament.
GUANGDONG, China - Pewaukee native Mark Wilson was hitting the ball much better Friday, moving up the leaderboard at the HSBC Champions Tournament.
His score through 15 holes was three under par, putting him at even par for the tournament being played in Guangdong, China. He is tied for 48th. A record-setting round of 63 helped Louis Oosthuisen claim the third round lead. He’s two shots ahead of hard-charging Ernie Els.
Rhinelander native Dan Forsman has some ground to make up, but even though his second score of an even par was much better than the first, he is still tied for 29th in the field of 30. Forsman is five over par at the Charles Schwab Cup Championship in Scottsdale, Arizona. He’s 19 shots behind second-round leader Jay Haas.