Deutsche Bank Championship scores 2013: Sergio Garcia holds two-shot lead after Round 3

Jared Wickerham

Sergio Garcia leads after three rounds of the Deutsche Bank Championship but Canadian Graham Delaet rose to the top of the leaderboard with a strong round Sunday.

Sergio Garcia shot a 6-under on Sunday and heads to the final round of the 2013 Deutsche Bank Championship with a two-shot lead. The Spaniard sits at 19-under through three rounds and is trailed by Sweden's Henrik Stenson, who in second place sits alone at 17-under.

Garcia got off to a slow start and shot for par in seven of the first nine holes, but he heated up on the back nine with five birdies to keep him ahead of the pack.

Canadian Graham Delaet had the strongest round on the course at TPC Boston. He shot a 9-under in Round 3, getting off to a poor start by hitting a bogey on the first hole but then birdying on five holes in each the front and back nine. Thanks in part to an eagle on the 18th hole, American Steve Stricker also had a strong outing Sunday, shooting an 8-under. At 16-under for the tournament, he is tied with Delaet for third place heading to the final round of play.

Americans Jason Duffner and Roberto Castro are tied in fifth place at 15-under, and Kevin Stadler is alone in seventh place. Stadler shot 7-under on Sunday.

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