Justin Thomas and Danny Lee tied for lead at CJ Cup in South Korea

Danny Lee capitalised from Justin Thomas on a error to Catch a share of the lead heading .

A swing in the 18th watched Lee hole a long-lived eagle and Thomas create bogey after knocking on his approach.
Thomas, pursuing another win mixed six birdies with four bogeys while Lee transferred with a 68.
Cameron Smith directs the chasing bunch and is three strokes off the pace in third and Wyndham Clark that a further shot back into tied-fourth ahead.
Starting the day with a guide, Thomas bounced back from a bogey at the par-three next to pit a and then birdie the ninth to reach the turn in 35.
Byeong Hun An moved following a subsequent a front-nine 34 at the 10th alongside Thomas to triple-bogey the next.
Lee obtained within one of their guide until dropping three shots at the first two holes nine, as Thomas posted birdies either side of a blemish.
Thomas rolled to retain his advantage within Lee, who birdied the 12th and 15th, only to get the water with his second shot to the last.
The 2017 winner got up and down to refrain from falling more than 1 shot and found the rough, as Lee drained a 60-footer from within a ridge to generate an unlikely eagle.
Pair Ian Poulter and Tyrrell Hatton are off the pace in tied-seventh which also includes Graeme McDowell along with US Open winner Gary Woodland, after aggravating a knee injury, while world no 1 Brooks Koepka withdrew before his third round in the group six.
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