Christian chances look over
Gary Christian's chances of a first PGA Tour win of the season look over after a disastrous start to the fourth round of the Reno-Tahoe Open.
The man from Carshalton has finished in the top 10 just once this season, but looks unlikely to improve on that record after he bogeyed the first and third before picking up a double bogey on the fourth to drop 15 places on 23 points under the modified Stableford scoring system.
Overnight leader JJ Henry has made a solid start to his final round after paring the opening three holes. Henry is on 36 points - one ahead of Alexandre Roche.
The Brazilian, who dropped just one shot in the third round, picked up a birdie on the second to pile the pressure on Henry whose only PGA Tour win came six years ago.
Argentinean Andres Romero, like his South American compatriot Roche, birdied the second and although a further three points off the pace, could mount a challenge to Henry.