Jim Furyk and Davis Love III remain tied atop the McGladrey Classic leaderboard, as both men shot four under par on Saturday. Both men are looking to move on from the American's stunning collapse at Medinah during the Ryder Cup. Love, who captained the Ryder Cup team, is also the tournament host.
Furyk lead for most of the day, sinking three birdies on the front nine while not hitting any bogeys. Love hit the ball more inconsistently than Furyk, but picked up a birdie on 18 to claim a share of the lead. Love is attempting to collect his first PGA Tour win since 2008, while Furyk is hoping to finish strong after multiple disappointing finishes this season.
D.J. Trahan and Arjun Atwal are tied for third at -11, followed by Bud Cauley at -10. American Ben Crane had an impressive day, shooting a 62 to vault himself into a five-way tie for sixth place. Rory Sabbatani is one of the four men tied with Crane at -9, while Vijay Singh sits one stroke back at -8.