Ted Potter Jr. posted an even-par 36-36=72 in the third round of the HP Byron Nelson Championship.
Potter Jr. parred his first nine holes before pulling out the crayon to add some color on the back. Birdies at 10 and 13 had him briefly in contention but a pair of bogeys on 16 and 17 dropped him into a share of 10th at 6-under 204. Should he remain inside the top 10, it would be his second of the season and first since a T10 at Riviera CC.
Angel Cabrera turned in an even-par 35-35=70 in the third round of the HP Byron Nelson Championship and is tied for 10th at 6-under 204.
Since his playoff loss at the Masters, Cabrera has managed nothing better than a T55 at last week's PLAYERS in the U.S. His round was a tale of two nine. He opened with two pars, three birdies, a bogey and a double bogey in his first seven holes before closing with 11 pars. It was a grind, as he found just six (of 14) fairways, half of his GIR and lost .535 strokes to the field with the flat stick.
Graham DeLaet settled for an even-par 34-36=70 in the third round of the HP Byron Nelson Championship and enters the final round in a tie for 10th at 6-under 204.
The Canadian rising star found himself on television for much of the afternoon, but a late bogey on 15 and a disastrous double bogey at the par-3 17th quickly dropped him out of contention for the championship unless something dramatic happens on Sunday. He's tied for the lead in GIR at TPC Four Seasons this week.
Chad Campbell doubled bogeyed his final hole of the third round at the HP Byron Nelson Championship to miss the 54-hole cut on the number at 2-over 212.
Ten others will join Campbell on the couch for the final round. They include Ted Purdy (212), Jesper Parnevik (212), Charlie Wi (212), Pat Perez (213), Brian Stuard (213), Brad Fritsch (213), Vijay Singh (214), Tim Herron (214), Greg Owen (214) and Patrick Reed (216).
Charl Schwartzel settled for a 1-under-par 35-34=69 in the third round of the HP Byron Nelson Championship and enters the final round in a tie for fifth at 8-under 202.
The South African had a chance to take it one deeper at the par-5 16th, but couldn't convert a 3'6" birdie effort. Though he's tied for first in GIR, with 81.48 percent of his approaches leading to birdie attempts for the week, he found the dance floor a mere 10 times in the third round. Given he missed the cut for the first time all season at last week's PLAYERS, it's a good sign that he's back in the hunt at TPC Four Seasons this week.
Tom Gillis signed for a 3-under-par 33-34=67 in the third round of the HP Byron Nelson Championship and enters the final round two back at 11-under 199.
Gillis circled four birdies and suffered one bogey in his third lap around TPC Four Seasons. His most dramatic shot was his final one, holing out a bunker shot from 15 yards for birdie at the 18th. He leads the field in strokes gained-putting this week, averaging a gain 2.757 strokes per round over the field. He's one of a number of players chasing Keegan Bradley in search of a first win.
Sang-moon Bae spun a 4-under-par 33-33=66 in the third round of the HP Byron Nelson Championship and now only trails Keegan Bradley by a stroke at 12-under 198.
Bae began the day four behind Bradley, but birdies at the first two holes quickly narrowed the gap. BAe's only blemish came at the fifth in the form of a bogey, but he would bounce back to circle birdies on eight, 13 and 16 before parring in. Despite only hitting 12 GIR today, he is tied for seventh in that category for the week and is eighth in strokes gained-putting. Should he emerge victorious at TPC Four Seasons, it would be his first on the PGA TOUR.
Keegan Bradley continues to hold the lead at the HP Byron Nelson Championship after a 2-under-par 34-34=68 in the third round places him one-stroke clear of Sang-moon Bae at 13-under 197.
Bradley circled five birdies, ranging from 34'3" to four inches, and squared three bogeys at TPC Four Seasons. He only found 10 GIR, but gained 2.599 strokes on the field with his long putter. He ranks sixth in strokes gained for the week. The first of his three PGA TOUR wins came at this event in 2011, and he is in great position to pick up another in Sunday's final round.