Nothing went according to plan Saturday at the Valero Texas Open, with Ryan Moore and Grayson Murray sliding down the leaderboard.
Moore fell two shots back, while Murray pretty much removed himself from contention.
Instead, we have Zach Johnson and Andrew Landry tied at the top, with Johnson listed as the favorite at +175 and Landry right behind at +275.
Trey Mullinax is one back and at +600 after breaking the course record with a 62 on Saturday. Moore is in fourth and at +600 as well.
Career low round ✅
Course record ✅
New leader ✅
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At the top, Landry has been the most consistent this week. He’s gaining most of his ground on the field with the tee-to-green game, while the putter has been a little above average.