This includes matching back-to-back rounds of 6-under 66, he has now played his last 41 holes without a bogey.
The lone bogey through 54 holes came during his opening round on the par-4 13th hole.
He has advanced to the weekend in all four Barbasol Championship appearances. (T42/2017, 5th/2018, T29/2019, TBD/2021).
Poston owns five top-25s in 25 starts this season, led by a third-place finish at the Sanderson Farms Championship.
His lone PGA Tour win came at the 2019 Wyndham Championship, going bogey-free en route to victory.
James Hahn equalled his best score in Barbasol Championship history with a 12-under 60.
Hahn tops his previous-low round and the current-course record by two strokes.
Defending champion Jim Herman birdied five out of the last seven holes to trail by five.
Monday qualifier, Bobby Bai is T24 following a 68. He is making his PGA Tour debut on U.S. soil this week.
Preferred lies have been utilized for the first three rounds.
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Hahn marked the 41st 60 in PGA Tour history (there have been 12 sub-60 scores).
He posted the Tour’s lowest score since the second round of The Northern Trust in 2020 (Scottie Scheffler/59, Dustin Johnson/60).
His previous-low score on Tour was 62 (set three times; most recently at the 2018 Sony Open in Hawaii/R4).
He has a career-best four eagles this week, including Nos. 5 and 15 in the third round.
Hahn’s third-round 60 included 22 putts, equaling his career-best total in a round. It topped the Keene Trace Golf Club (Champions) 18-hole record by two strokes.
Hahn is seeking his third PGA Tour win in his 206th start (2015 The Genesis Invitational, 2016 Wells Fargo Championship).
This week snaps a streak of eight missed cuts (previous made cut: 2021 THE PLAYERS Championship/T41).
Coming off a T4 finish at last week’s John Deere Classic, Luke List (2nd) trails by one as he seeks his first PGA Tour victory in his 194th start.
Text courtesy: PGA Tour