Long final day looms on PGA Tour

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The largest cut since the PGA Tour went to top 65 and ties and two storm delays have kept the Wyndham Championship from finishing the third round and set up a long final day of the regular season.

Only 12 players completed their rounds on Saturday.

Brandon Wu shares the lead with Sungjae Im at 12-under par, both through 11 holes, with John Huh and Joohyung Kim were one shot behind.

Kiradech Aphibarnrat had a seven-under 63 and was at 10-under 200.

Australia's Brett Drewitt was one-under through 12 holes to be at seven under and tied 15th, one shot ahead of countryman Cameron Percy (one under through 14).

At stake Sunday in the final event of the regular season is a shot at some bonus money for Im and Will Zalatoris (who had a 66 and was at seven under) if they can move into the top 10 in the FedEx Cup.

It's far more important for players to finish in the top 125 and qualify for the lucrative FedEx Cup playoffs that start next week. Finishing in the top 125 also assures a full card for the next season, which starts in September.

Drewitt is a distant 221st in the FedEx Cup standings after a tough season while Percy is 170th.

The cut stayed at one-under 139 and featured 87 players for the weekend. The last time that many players made the cut was in 2018 at the Wells Fargo Championship, before the tour instituted a new policy of top 65 and ties.

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