On Saturday at the 2013 Honda Classic, South Korean golfer Y.E. Yang and Swedish golfer Peter Hanson stormed into the top 10 from outside the top 30 with scores of 67 and 68, respectively. However, both are still four strokes behind the pair of tournament co-leaders, Michael Thompson of Tucson, Ariz., and Luke Guthrie of Quincy, Ill.
Guthrie entered round three of the tournament in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., in sole possession of the tournament lead, but is one stroke over par through 11 holes with three bogeys and two birdies. Thompson managed to earn the lead with a one-under par score in the front nine, but dropped back with back-to-back bogeys on holes 10 and 11.
Struggling on Saturday were Sean O'Hair and Doug LaBelle II, each entering the day tied for fifth in the tournament, but each finished five-over par for the day, neither managing a single hole under par in the front nine.
Just behind Guthrie and Thompson for the tournament lead with a few holes still left to play on Saturday are Geoff Ogilvy and Graham DeLaet, each two strokes off the lead.
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