Reavie shares lead at St. Jude Classic

Scott, meanwhile, was closer to the cut line than the lead for much of the day, but he stormed home with an eagle and two birdies in the final five holes to jump to equal 11th. "I just battled so hard today and played so good, I just can't be happier".

From nearly 89% greens in regulation in his opening 65, Jones could only manage 50% today, but his scrambling shone in firing a one-under-par 69 to sit six under and just three from the halfway St.Jude Classic lead. What was left was an awkward 25-foot chip to save par.

Three dropped shots in the first five holes had him on the backfoot early on, though birdies at eight and nine, plus a level-par back nine saw him card at one-over par round of 71.

Charl Schwartzel and Matt Jones were each one stroke back at the final tune-up before the U.S. Open.

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"The chip-in for sure took the pressure off the round a little bit and helped me find my game", said Cabrera Bello, who subsequently holed out from 30 feet at the par-three fourth and then completed a hat-trick of birdies by sinking a 20-foot putt at the next.

At one point, there were nine players tied for the lead at 8-under before Berger finally emerged from the pile.

"I definitely like playing the week before majors", Fowler said.

"I'm one-for-one defending titles, so that's a pretty good stat", said Berger, who claimed his first and previously only PGA tour victory at last year's St Jude Classic.

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Lexi Thompson buckled down the stretch and missed a four-foot putt to win in regulation, forcing her to return to the 18th tee with Jutanugarn and Chun for a playoff. Perrine Delacour (62) of France and American Lindy Duncan (65) were one shot back.

Scott McCarron, who won in Iowa in 2016, was second at 13 under after shooting a final round 66. South Korea's Mi Hyang Lee (68) and Laura Gonzalez Escallon of Belgium (67) were at 14 under. He won this event back in 2014, but that's his only PGA Tour victory since 2011, and he hasn't finished better than 47th so far in 2017.

Marco Dawson and Stephen Ames finished at 207.

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