Sang-Moon Bae, who has not won a PGA Tour event, holds a two-stroke lead at 14-under through his first five holes at the Byron Nelson Championship in Irving, Texas.
Bae, who posted three scores of 66 to start the week, entered the day a stroke behind Keegan Bradley; Bradley was at 13-under, and Bae was at 12-under. But while Bradley was at 1-over through five holes Sunday--he bogeyed the par-4 third hole--Bae birdied No. 3 and No. 5, a par 3.
Bradley, the 2011 Byron Nelson champion, took an early command of the tournament with an opening-round 60, but Bae's consistent play throughout the weekend seems to have offset Bradley's huge Thursday.
Charl Schwartzel was in third at 10-under through his first seven holes Sunday.
The biggest mover so far Sunday has been Charley Hoffman, who was 5-under for his round through 13 holes. He currently stands at 9-under, alone in fourth place and five strokes off the lead. Hoffman was 4-under through his first three rounds.