July 22,2013 16:43

In the Midwest state of Kansas classical charts


Kiwi golfer Steven Alker plunged 32 places down the leaderboard at the Midwest Classic in Kansas after a third-round even par 71 left him sitting eight shots off the pace in a tie for 39th.

The 41-year-old, who won the Utah Championship last week to claim his first title in four years, otter case had been placed seventh after two rounds.

But he paid the price for a see-saw round which mixed three birdies with three bogeys over the back nine.

Compatriot Tim Wilkinson's third round 68 puts him one shot ahead of Alker on 206 for a share of 27th.

American Chesson Hadley leads the $US600,000 ($NZ759,000) second-tier web.com tour event at the Nicklaus Golf Club at Lions Gate after a third-round eight-under 63.

Alker, who two weeks ago was 149th on the money list fr4 pcb, is currently 20th and projected to climb to 15th on the current standings, while Wilkinson and Danny Lee are seventh and eighth respectively label sticker.

The top-25 earners when the Tour concludes in September will automatically qualify for next year's PGA Tour.

Ten tournaments remain after this week.

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