Keegan Bradley hasn't come close to matching his opening round of 60, but he played well enough on Saturday to stay atop the leaderboard through three rounds of the 2013 Byron Nelson Championship.
Bradley is 13-under through 54 holes, one stroke ahead of Sang-Moon Bae. Bradley was poised to head to the clubhouse with a two-stroke lead, but he finished with a bogey on No. 18 to shoot a 68. After his impressive opening day on Thursday, Bradley has led all three rounds. Bae shot a 66 on Saturday, and will now play in the final group with Bradley on Sunday.
Tom Gillis began the day tied for second place, but dropped one stroke behind Bae and is 11-under through three rounds. Scott Piercy moved into fourth place at 10-under after shooting a 66 on Saturday. Piercy made a run up the leaderboard on the back nine, shooting a 4-under 31 on the backside. That included birdies at No. 16 and No. 17. John Huh, Charl Schwartzel, Gary Woodland and Harris English are all tied for fifth at 8-under.
Scoring proved to be more of a challenge on Saturday, as a few players struggled after a solid first two rounds. Mike Weir shot a 3-over 73 on Saturday to drop to 1-under overall. Weir did not record a birdie in the third round, finishing with 16 pars, one bogey and one double bogey.
Bradley will tee off in the final group on Sunday, shooting for the wire-to-wire victory and his first win of 2013. A complete leaderboard can be found at Golf.com.