BMW Championship 2013 scores: Jim Furyk emerges Saturday as sole leader

Sam Greenwood

Jim Furyk emerged as the sole leader at Conway Farms on Saturday.

Coming off a historic Round 2 performance, Jim Furyk sustained his lead at the BMW Championship on Saturday with a 2-under 69. He's currently 13-under entering the final round, one shot ahead of the surging Steve Stricker through three rounds.

Stricker was one of the hottest players at Conway Farms on Saturday, finishing with a 7-under 64 to move up seven spots on the leaderboard. Brandt Snedeker, the co-leader entering Saturday, is third at 11-under overall, while Zach Johnson drops to fourth at 10-under.

After a pair of poor rounds to begin the tournament, Matt Kuchar caught fire Saturday to post a 10-under 61. That allowed up to move up 45 spots on the leaderboard, but he's still nine shots off the lead after entering Saturday 5-over.

Tiger Woods could also make a run Sunday, as he's fifth on the leaderboard at 9-under. Coming off a shaky performance Friday, Woods posted a 5-under 66 to re-insert himself into contention. Rory McIlroy was able to stem the tide, posting a 3-under 68 on Saturday, but he's still 68th in the 70-man field entering the final round.

Here's the full leaderboard after three rounds:

Place Player Score 1st Round 2nd Round 3rd Round Total
1 Jim Furyk -13 72 59 68 200
2 Steve Stricker -12 66 71 64 201
3 Brandt Snedeker -11 63 68 71 202
4 Zach Johnson -10 64 70 69 203
5 Tiger Woods -9 66 72 66 204
T6 Charl Schwartzel -8 66 70 69 205
T6 Ryan Moorel -8 67 69 69 205
T8 Hunter Mahan
-7 68 73 65 206
T8 Rory Sabbatini -7 69 71 66 206
T8 Nick Watney
-7 67 69 70 206
T11 Luke Donald
-6 70 70 67 207
T11 Matt Jones
-6 69 71 67 207
T11 Sergio Garcia -6 70 68 69 207
T11 Jimmy Walker
-6 72 65 70 207
T11 Jason Day
-6 71 66 70 207
T16 Matt Kuchar
-5 74 73 61 208
T16 Roberto Castro
-5 68 69 71 208
T18 Nicholas Thompson
-4 69 75 65 209
T18 Henrik Stenson
-4 72 70 67 209
T18 John Merrick
-4 67 73 69 209
T18 Brendon de Jonge
-4 71 68 70 209
T18 Jordan Spieth
-4 71 65 73 209

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