Amid breezy conditions at TPC Four Seasons, Keegan Bradley saw his margin trimmed, but still remained out in front. Here's how things shape up heading into the final round of the HP Byron Nelson Championship, where Bradley leads by a shot, looking for his second win in Dallas since 2011:
What it means: After setting the course record Thursday, Bradley has led after each of the first three rounds at TPC Four Seasons. He remains in front by one shot over Bae and two over Gillis, who both still seek the first PGA Tour wins of their respective careers.
Round of the day: Playing this year on a one-time exemption based on career earnings, Jerry Kelly has worked his way into contention this weekend at TPC Four Seasons thanks to a 4-under 66 Saturday. The 46-year-old, who was near the cut line after 36 holes, moved inside the top 20 after a third round that included six birdies and just one blemish, a double bogey on the par-4 15th hole.
Best of the rest: After barely making the cut, Jason Day made the most of his second chance, firing a 4-under 66 in the third round. The Aussie, who won at TPC Four Seasons in 2010, was even par after his first 12 holes Saturday but ended his round in a flurry, carding four birdies across his final six holes. Day, who finished third at the Masters last month, carded red figures on holes 4, 5 and 7 before a closing birdie on the ninth hole after placing his approach shot within five feet of the hole.
Biggest disappointment: Following a 3-under 67 Friday, it appeared that Vijay Singh may contend this week in Dallas. Instead, the three-time major champion struggled to a 6-over 76 Saturday, failing to notch a single birdie, while tying for the highest round of the day. A week after the Fijian sued the PGA Tour over doping allegations lodged against him, he was one of 11 players left with an MDF result after falling victim to the 54-hole cut.
Main storyline heading into Sunday: Having led for nearly the entire week, can Bradley go wire to wire? He certainly knows what it takes to claim the trophy at TPC Four Seasons, but the leaderboard bunched significantly Saturday as the former PGA champion's margin dropped from three shots to one with just 18 holes to play.
Shot of the day: The 2012 PGA Tour Rookie of the Year, Huh has struggled somewhat during his sophomore season. That may change this weekend in Dallas, where Huh moved into contention thanks to a 1-under 69 Saturday that was highlighted by an eagle 2 at the difficult par-4 14th. Huh holed his approach shot from 162 yards out in the fairway, picking up more than two shots on the field by notching an eagle on what was the second most difficult hole at TPC Four Seasons.
Quote of the day: 'I’m playing really well and am really proud of the way I’ve played the last few days. I’m obviously proud of where I’m sitting.” – Bradley.