2013 John Deere Classic scores: Daniel Summerhays leads at 19-under

Michael Cohen

Players continued to go low on Saturday at the John Deere. Daniel Summerhays leads after shooting a 9-under 62 on Saturday.

Scoring was once again at a premium Saturday at the John Deere Classic with several players posting scores in the low- to mid-60s. No player went lower than Daniel Summerhays whose 9-under-par 62 vaulted him into the lead at 19-under.

Summerhays didn't waste any time moving into the red, with four birdies in his first five holes. The Farmington, Utah, native finished the round with 10 birdies, giving him 22 for the tournament, the most of any player. While Summerhays turned in the low round of the day, a few other players also went low. David Hearn shot 7-under and is in second place at 17-under.

Not all players found success, though, including second-round leader Patrick Reed. Reed opened the day at 12-under, but fell six strokes off the lead after shooting 1-under. Lucas Glover dropped even further down the leaderboard, going from a tie for the lead when the round opened to a tie for 12th after he shot an even-par 71 in the third round.

Here is a complete look at the scores through 54 holes.

Place Player Score
1 Daniel Summerhays -19
2 David Hearn -17
3 Zach Johnson -16
T4 J.J. Henry -15
T4 Jerry Kelly -15
T6 Nicholas Thompson -14
T6 Chris Kirk -14
T6 Matt Jones -14
T9 Jordan Spieth -13
T9 Kevin Sutherland -13
T9 Patrick Reed -13
T12 Morgan Hoffmann -12
T12 Patrick Rodgers (a) -12
T12 Jim Herman -12
T12 Troy Matteson -12
T12 Lucas Glover -12
T17 Jason Bohn -11
T17 Erik Compton -11
T17 Ryan Moore -11
T17 Chad Campbell -11
T17 Scott Langley -11
T17 Steve Stricker -11
T17 Chez Reavie -11
T24 Robert Streb -10
T24 Harris English -10
T24 Scott Brown -10
T24 Ryo Ishikawa -10
T24 Justin Hicks -10
T24 Joey Snyder III -10
T24 Martin Flores -10
T24 Kevin Streelman -10
T32 Brian Davis -9
T32 Heath Slocum -9
T32 John Kimbell -9
T32 Kevin Stadler -9
T32 Steven Bowditch -9
T32 Jonathan Byrd -9
T38 Mike Weir -8
T38 Andrew Svoboda -8
T38 K.J. Choi -8
T38 Dicky Pride -8
T38 Joe Affrunti -8
T38 Y.E. Yang -8
T38 Charles Howell III -8
T45 Rod Pampling -7
T45 Stuart Appleby -7
T45 Vaughn Taylor -7
T45 Nick Watney -7
T45 Gary Woodland -7
T45 Michael Letzig -7
T45 Brandt Jobe -7
T45 Bryce Molder -7
T45 Boo Weekley -7
T45 Steve LeBrun -7
T55 Andres Romero -6
T55 Tim Petrovic -6
T55 Brian Gay -6
T55 Carl Pettersson -6
T55 David Mathis -6
T55 Tom Gillis -6
T55 Brendon de Jonge -6
T62 Keegan Bradley -5
T62 Matt Bettencourt -5
T62 Roberto Castro -5
T62 Lee Williams -5
T62 Ken Duke -5
T67 Doug LaBelle II -4
T67 Greg Owen -4
T69 Darron Stiles -3
T69 Camilo Villegas -3
T71 Davis Love III -2
T71 Nick O'Hern -2

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