The final groups have made the turn in the third round of the 2013 Greenbrier Classic, and Johnson Wagner currently sits alone at the top of the leaderboard. Wagner is 5-under on the round through 12 holes, and at 13-under overall, he holds a two-stroke lead.
Wagner got off to a quick start on Saturday with birdies on three of his first five holes. He's carded six birdies thus far, with just one bogey, to move into the lead. His 5-under round currently trails only Gary Woodland, who shot a 6-under 64, for best of the day.
Jimmy Walker is also 5-under on his round and is currently in second place at 11-under overall. Steven Bowditch, at 10-under, is the only other player double figures into the red. Jordan Spieth and Bill Haas are among the players tied for fifth place at 8-under. Haas shot a 3-under 67 on Saturday while Spieth is 2-under through 16 holes.
While a few players have posted some low numbers on Saturday, it hasn't been easy going for everyone. Second-round leader Matt Every is 2-over through 11 holes, and is now six strokes off the lead. Russell Henley began the day one stroke off the lead, but at 1-over through 12, he's also six back of the lead.
Here is a quick look at the current top 10. A complete leaderboard can be found at PGA Tour.com.