Greenbrier Classic scores: Johnson Wagner leads after 3 rounds

Chris Trotman

Johnson Wagner's 64 propelled him into the 54-hole lead at the Greenbrier Classic.

The third round of the 2013 Greenbrier Classic is complete, and after shooting a 6-under 64 on Saturday, Johnson Wagner is the 54-hole leader. At 14-under, Wagner holds a two-stroke lead heading into the final round.

Wagner birdied three of his first five holes and made the turn with a 3-under 31 on the front nine. His strong play continued with birdies at No. 10 and No. 12 before he capped off his round with a final birdie at No. 18. His 64 on Saturday wasn't even his best round of the tournament, as he shot a 62 on Thursday. Wagner has been steady thus far, with just two bogeys through 54 holes.

Wagner's 64 was tied with Gary Woodland and Jimmy Walker for the best round of the day. Walker moved to 12-under and into second place. Jonas Blixt, who is 10-under through three rounds, is the only other player double digits into the red.

Jordan Spieth continues to play well, and he'll open Sunday in a tie for fourth place at 9-under after shooting his third straight 67 on Saturday. Matt Jones and Steven Bowditch are tied with Spieth, while Bill Haas is among the players tied for seventh at 8-under.

Matt Every opened Saturday with the lead, but a 4-over 74 dropped him into a tie for 27th place and nine strokes off the lead. His playing partner, Daniel Summerhays, also struggled, dropping to 5-under after carding a 3-over 73.

Here is a look at the leaderboard heading into Sunday's final round.

Position Player Score
1 Johnson Wagner -14
2 Jimmy Walker -12
3 Jonas Blixt -10
T4 Matt Jones -9
T4 Jordan Spieth -9
T4 Steven Bowditch -9
T7 Pat Perez -8
T7 Bill Haas -8
T7 Rory Sabbatini -8
T7 D.H. Lee -8
T7 Tag Ridings -8
T7 Tommy Gainey -8
T13 Gary Woodland -7
T13 Morgan Hoffmann -7
T13 Bill Lunde -7
T16 Nick Watney -6
T16 Cameron Percy -6
T16 Bryce Molder -6
T16 Tim Petrovic -6
T16 Scott Stallings -6
T16 Brian Stuard -6
T16 David Lingmerth -6
T16 Louis Oosthuizen -6
T16 Ted Potter, Jr. -6
T16 Ben Curtis -6
T16 Russell Henley -6
T27 Troy Matteson -5
T27 Graham DeLaet -5
T27 Brad Fritsch -5
T27 Justin Leonard -5
T27 Charlie Wi -5
T27 Peter Hanson -5
T27 George McNeill -5
T27 Davis Love III -5
T27 Jason Kokrak -5
T27 Brian Davis -5
T27 James Driscoll -5
T27 Greg Owen -5
T27 Matt Every -5
T27 Daniel Summerhays -5
T41 Cameron Tringale -4
T41 Michael Kim (a) -4
T41 Billy Horschel -4
T41 K.J. Choi -4
T41 Bubba Watson -4
T41 Kevin Chappell -4
T47 Chez Reavie -3
T47 James Hahn -3
T47 Luke List -3
T47 John Senden -3
T47 Webb Simpson -3
T47 Chad Campbell -3
T47 Brendon de Jonge -3
T54 Andres Romero -2
T54 Brian Harman -2
T54 Jin Park -2
T54 Richard H. Lee -2
T54 Jeff Overton -2
T54 Brendan Steele -2
T54 Kenny Perry -2
T54 D.A. Points -2
T62 Andres Gonzales -1
T62 Ryan Palmer -1
T62 Shawn Stefani -1
T62 Carl Pettersson -1
T62 Robert Streb -1
T62 Tom Gillis -1
T62 Tom Watson -1
T69 William McGirt E
T69 Jim Herman E
T69 Martin Flores E


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