Jim Herman secured his third PGA Tour victory with a one-stroke win at the Wyndham Championship on Sunday.

The American produced a brilliant seven-under 63 in the final round at the Sedgefield Country Club in North Carolina.

Herman finished at 21 under after weekend scores of 61 and 63, ending up a shot clear of Billy Horschel (65).

His weekend score of 124 tied the lowest closing 36-hole total by a winner.

The 42-year-old's triumph was his first of 2020, adding to his 2016 Houston Open success and last year's victory at the Barbasol Championship.

Kevin Kisner (64), Webb Simpson (65), Doc Redman (68) and Kim Si-woo (70) are tied for third at 18 under.

Patrick Reed, the 2018 Masters champion, fired a 64 to be among a group tied for ninth.

After making the cut, three-time major winner Jordan Spieth battled on the weekend, a one-over 71 in the final round seeing him finish back at two under and in a share of 72nd place.

Meanwhile, C.T. Pan produced one of the shots of the final round with a hole-in-one at the 16th hole.

Kim Si-woo nailed a hole-in-one en route to taking a two-shot lead at the Wyndham Championship in a third round where Rob Oppenheim and Jim Herman shot career-low scores.

Low scoring was in order on moving day at the Sedgefield Country Club, where tee times were brought forward due to the threat of inclement weather.

South Korean Kim carded an eight-under 62 to move to 18 under for the tournament, with his efforts underpinned by a stunning ace at the par-three third where his tee shot struck the pin and nestled into the cup.

Three more birdies and a solitary bogey saw him go out in just 31 strokes, while the 2016 champion made four more gains on the way home.

Oppenheim moved alongside Doc Redman at 16 under having also shot 62, his lowest ever on the PGA Tour.

American Oppenheim would have celebrated a lower score had it not been for a bogey at the last sullying an otherwise flawless round.

Herman, four shots off the lead, did go one better for his own best PGA Tour score, with a 61 featuring six birdies on the back nine including five straight between the 13th and 17th.

Billy Horschel held outright fourth place at 15 under, while Herman was joined at 14 under by Mark Hubbard.

Zach Johnson matched Herman's 61 to sit six shots back of Kim.

Kim Si-woo nailed a hole-in-one en route to taking a two-shot lead at the Wyndham Championship in a third round where Rob Oppenheim and Jim Herman shot career-low scores.

Low scoring was in order on moving day at the Sedgefield Country Club, where tee times were brought forward due to the threat of inclement weather.

South Korean Kim carded an eight-under 62 to move to 18 under for the tournament, with his efforts underpinned by a stunning ace at the par-three third where his tee shot struck the pin and nestled into the cup.

Three more birdies and a solitary bogey saw him go out in just 31 strokes, while the 2016 champion made four more gains on the way home.

Oppenheim moved alongside Doc Redman at 16 under having also shot 62, his lowest ever on the PGA Tour.

American Oppenheim would have celebrated a lower score had it not been for a bogey at the last sullying an otherwise flawless round.

Herman, four shots off the lead, did go one better for his own best PGA Tour score, with a 61 featuring six birdies on the back nine including five straight between the 13th and 17th.

Billy Horschel held outright fourth place at 15 under, while Herman was joined at 14 under by Mark Hubbard.

Zach Johnson matched Herman's 61 to sit six shots back of Kim.

Tom Hoge, Kim Si-woo, Talor Gooch and Billy Horschel are tied for the lead after the second round of the Wyndham Championship, while four-time major champion Brooks Koepka missed the cut.

The quartet of Hoge, Kim, Gooch and Horschel are one stroke clear atop the leaderboard at the halfway stage of the PGA Tour tournament in North Carolina.

Hoge was in a three-way tie for the lead at the start of the second round, joined by Harold Varner III and Roger Sloan, and the American maintained his position at the Sedgefield Country Club on Friday.

Five birdies and two bogeys helped Hoge to a two-under-par 68 to be 10 under through 36 holes, alongside 2016 champion Kim (65), Gooch (65) and Horschel (64).

Harris English (67), Shane Lowry (63), Andrew Landry (65), Doc Redman (64) and Varner (69) are a stroke off the pace heading into the weekend, while Sloan is a shot further back after his second-round 70.

Patrick Reed – winner of the event in 2013 – and US PGA Championship runner-up Paul Casey are among a group tied at seven under.

Former world number one and three-time major champion Jordan Spieth avoided the cut following his three-under-par 67.

Struggling for form, Spieth improved 25 positions above the cut line – three under – after opening the tournament with a 70.

However, American star Koepka failed to qualify for the weekend, along with defending champion J.T. Poston (66) and Justin Rose (67).

After he was unable to complete a three-peat of US PGA titles last week, Koepka's second-round 70 saw him finish the tournament two over.

Brooks Koepka downplayed his relationship with Dustin Johnson after his controversial comments at the US PGA Championship.

After the third round at TPC Harding Park on Saturday, Koepka reminded Johnson he had "only won one" major as both looked to claim the title in San Francisco.

Koepka fell short in his three-peat bid and Johnson ended up runner-up as Collin Morikawa won his maiden major.

Four-time major champion Koepka was criticised for those comments and the American downplayed his relationship with Johnson on Thursday.

"We worked out, I worked with Joey [Diovisalvi, trainer] for two years," he said after the first round of the Wyndham Championship.

"You guys make your own stories so I have no idea what you all do, but I think even the Jordan [Spieth] and Justin [Thomas] thing gets blown out too much.

"I think you guys overplay a lot of things."

In his comments at the US PGA, Koepka also said: "I don't know a lot of the other guys up there".

The 30-year-old, who opened with a two-over 72 at the Wyndham Championship, apologised, but felt too much was made about what he said.

"I apologise for the other guys comment just cos' I really didn't look at the leaderboard," Koepka said.

"I saw Dustin was at nine [under], I was at five at that point and then made two coming in so I really didn't even know where I kind of stood, didn't really look coming off 18 and then went right into the interview.

"I had no idea who was eight, who was seven, but I never really look at guys that are tied with me, I always kind of look ahead so I had no idea but I get it, I get how it came across and I apologise for that."

Harold Varner III fired an eight-under 62 to be in a three-way tie for the lead as the Wyndham Championship first round was suspended.

Varner, Tom Hoge and Roger Sloan opened with 62s at the Sedgefield Country Club in North Carolina on Thursday.

Having finished tied for 29th at the US PGA Championship, Varner produced a bogey-free opening round that featured eight birdies.

Hoge got to nine under before a bogey at the last, while Sloan mixed nine birdies with a bogey.

The trio are two shots clear atop the leaderboard, ahead of Harris English, who carded a 64 to be outright fourth.

The round was suspended and later called off for the day due to inclement weather, with 33 players yet to complete 18 holes.

Ryan Brehm (five under through 14), Talor Gooch (five under through 16) and Hank Lebioda (five under through 16) are the best-placed of those yet to finish their first rounds.

They are tied for fifth alongside Wesley Bryan, Brian Harman, Kim Si-woo, Patrick Reed and Chesson Hadley, who opened with 65s.

Defending champion J.T. Poston, meanwhile, struggled badly to a four-over 74 to be back in a tie for 142nd.

Runner-up at the US PGA, Paul Casey carded a 67 to be tied for 25th alongside the likes of Sergio Garcia.

Three-time major champion Jordan Spieth was again unable to get much going, shooting a 70.

There will be no fans present at PGA Tour events for the rest of the current season due to the coronavirus crisis.

The PGA Tour confirmed on Monday they had made the decision impacting the remaining events on the 2019-20 schedule "out of an abundance of caution".

"As we have said from the start, our number one priority remains the health and safety of everyone in the communities where we are invited guests each week," said PGA Tour Chief Tournaments and Competitions Officer Andy Pazder.

This week's Memorial tournament in Ohio, which will involve Tiger Woods, was supposed to be the first event with spectators present, but those plans were scrapped earlier this month.

It will now be played behind closed doors, as was the case with the five events played since the Tour's resumption in June.

The US PGA Championship major and the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational have also been among the tournaments to announce they will take place without spectators present.

As a result of the Tour’s latest update, no fans will be able to attend events like the Wyndham Championship and the trio of tournaments in the FedExCup playoffs.

The 2020-21 season will begin with the Safeway Open in California on September 10.

No decisions have been reached on events from then on, with the rescheduled Masters and U.S. Open, which are run independently and fall into next season's calendar, yet to decide on fan attendance.

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