Justin Thomas and Danny Lee tied for lead at CJ Cup in South Korea

Danny Lee capitalised to a error from Justin Thomas to grab a share of the lead heading into the final round of This CJ Cup in South Korea.

A three-shot swing in the par-five 18th watched Lee hole a long-range eagle, making the pair tied to 15 under at Nine Bridges and Thomas make after rapping on his strategy into the danger.
While Lee transferred with a four-under 68 thomas, pursuing another win mixed six birdies with four bogeys during his 70.
Cameron Smith leads the chasing bunch and is three strokes off the pace in third and Wyndham Clark that a further shot back into tied-fourth before Byeong Hun An.
Beginning the afternoon with a two-shot lead, Thomas bounced back from a bogey in the next to hole a and then birdie the ninth to make it to the turn in 35.
After locating trees off the 32, byeong Hun An moved after a subsequent a front-nine 34 at the 10th to triple-bogey another.
Until falling three shots in the first two holes of the back nine, because Thomas posted birdies either side of a blemish in the 13th to move three 37,, lee obtained within one of the guide.
Thomas rolled to keep his edge over Lee, who birdied the 12th and 15th, only to discover the water with his second shot to the par-five last.
The 2017 champion got up and down to prevent falling more than 1 shot and then found the rough at the back of the green, as Lee drained a 60-footer from more than a ridge to create an eagle that was unlikely.
Tyrrell Hatton and set Ian Poulter are off the pace at tied-seventh which includes Graeme McDowell and US Open champion Gary Woodland, while world # 1 Brooks Koepka withdrew ahead of the round after aggravating a knee injury.
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