Tampa Bay Championship 2013 scores: Kevin Streelman shoots 65, tied for lead

Stephen Dunn

After shooting a 65 on Saturday, Kevin Streelman shot up the leaderboard and is tied for the lead at the 2013 Tampa Bay Championship.

Kevin Streelman rocketed up the leaderboard after catching fire in the third round of the 2013 Tampa Bay Championship, shooting a 65. He'll head into Sunday's fourth and final round tied for the lead at six under par.

Streelman began the day in 30th place and was even. He finished the day at six under par, climbing up 30 spots to tie with Justin Leonard and George Coetzee.

Streelman is ranked 56th in the FedEx Cup and came into the Tampa Bay Championship with 205 cup points. If he holds on Sunday, separates himself from Leonard and Coetzee and wins the tournament, it will be his first PGA win. The highest he has ever placed was third place, which he has done three times.

The winner of the 2013 Tampa Bay Championship will take home $990,000 and 500 FedEx Cup points. The total purse for the tournament is $5.5 million.

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