James Hahn knows how close he came to making a couple of more putts down the stretch in the third round of the AT&T Byron Nelson. He still did enough to take the lead.
Even with his eagle chance at the 16th and birdie putt at 17 both stopping just inches short, Hahn shot a bogey-free six-under-par 64 on Saturday to finish ahead of several players who had birdie streaks.
“That's golf,” Hahn said.
As for replaying those so-close putts in his mind, or thinking about having the 54-hole lead, the two-time PGA Tour winner had other plans after finishing his round.
“Tell me what my tee time and I'll just show up. You know, prepping for tomorrow I feel like is so...