Billy Horschel shot a solid 70 on Saturday to keep his lead at the Valero Texas Open and leave him two shots ahead of the field heading into the final round. Horschel shot four-under 68s in each of the first two rounds, then two-under on Saturday to get to 10-under, which has him sitting pretty as he chases his first career PGA Tour win.
Jim Furyk and Charley Hoffman are the closest to Horschel, each two shots back at eight-under, while Ryan Palmer, Bob Estes and Rory McIlroy all sit at six-under, four shots back of Horschel. The TPC San Antonio has been tough on the players this week, giving way to birdies here and there, but not letting players shoot absurdly low, so it's tough to imagine anyone from the group at six-under or below them to make a run at the tournament title unless Horschel completely falls apart on Sunday.
Horschel will be paired with Furyk and Hoffman for the fourth round in the final group, teeing off at 12:35 p.m. ET. Palmer, Estes and McIlroy make up the second-to-last group, which tees off 10 minutes earlier.
TV coverage of the final round gets underway at 1 p.m. ET on the Golf Channel. NBC will pick up coverage two hours later, going live at 3 p.m. ET and taking you through the end of the day.