3 takeaways from Saturday at the Byron Nelson

Jason Day is back

Day’s season hasn’t been spectacular on tour this season – mainly because of personal issues – but he looked like his old self on Saturday. The Aussie shot a 7-under-par 63, which was his lowest round since last May, and sits just two back.

TPC Four Seasons was playing easy

The conditions couldn’t have been better for scoring on Saturday at TPC Four Seasons. Of the 74 golfers who made the cut, 47 shot par or better in the third round, with 40 sub-70 scores.

Dustin Johnson is human

The world No. 1 was uncharacteristically awful in the third round of the Nelson, on a course he’s picked apart over the years. Johnson failed to take advantage of the easy conditions, and shot his first round over par at TPC Four Seasons since his final-round 73 in 2011. Johnson’s 1-over 71 dropped him from T-3 to T-19, seven shots back of leader James Hahn.

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