Greensboro, NC (Sports Network) - John Huh used three late birdies Saturday to join rookie Patrick Reed atop the leaderboard entering the final round of the Wyndham Championship.
Huh, the reigning PGA Tour rookie of the year, overcame a three-hour rain delay and an early triple bogey to shoot even-par 70 at Sedgefield Country Club, while Reed, the overnight leader, bogeyed his final hole for a 1-over 71. The pair of 23-year-olds sit at 10-under-par 200 through 54 holes.
Zach Johnson is poised for his fifth straight top-10 finish and possibly his first win of the season after a carding a third-round 66. The former Masters champion is tied for third place at 9-under with Bob Estes (68) and 20-year- old Jordan Spieth (70), who defeated Johnson in a playoff at the John Deere Classic in July for his first PGA Tour win.
Robert Garrigus (68), Matt Every (68) and Brian Harman (69) share sixth at 8- under, Brendan Steele (66) is in solo ninth at 6-under and defending champion Sergio Garcia (70) is tied for 10th with Rory Sabbatini (72) and three others at minus-5.
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