During the third round of the 2013 Tampa Bay Championship, both Justin Leonard and Kevin Streelman caught fire and surged to the top of the leaderboard.
Streelman, who is finished for the day, climbed up 30 spots to sit on top of the field at No. 1, shooting a 65 during Saturday's third round. He'll start Sunday's fourth and final round at 6-under par. Leonard is also at 6-under par. He's through 15 holes of Saturday's third round and climbed up 12 spots to be tied at first.
Also tied with Streelman and Leonard is Greg Chalmers, who is through 14 holes. He is 3-under par on the day. George Coetzee is the also tied at six under par for the top spot. He's through 13 holes and is 3-under par for the day.
Tied at fifth place are Jim Furyk, Jordan Spleth, Tad Ridings, Jason Dufner and Harris English, who are all at 5-under par. Furyk is done for the day and finished with a round of 67, which is 4-under par. Spleth is through 17 and is three under on the day. Ridings is through 13 and is 1-under on the day, while Dufner and English are both through 11 and are both even on the day.
In 10th place is Luke Donald who is 4-under par. He finished the day shooting a 67 and was 4-under on the day. Also at 4-under par is Bryce Molder, Ben Kohles, Sergio Garcia, Peter Tomasulo and Brian Harman.
Sunday's fourth and final round will be a close race for a winner, who will walk away with $990,000 and 500 FedEx Cup points. The total purse for the tournament is $5.5 million.