CROMWELL, Conn. - Bubba Watson made three bogeys in his last six holes Saturday to help create a three-way tie after three rounds at the Travelers Championship.
Watson, Graham DeLaet, who tied for the low round of the day with a 65, and Charley Hoffman are all at 10-under par heading into today's final round at the TPC of River Highlands. Watson shot an even-par 70.
Justin Rose, less than a week after his U.S. Open victory, sits at 7-under par and in a tie for seventh place after a second straight 68.
Watson made three birdies on his opening nine holes and was ahead by four shots after the third. But bogeys on Nos. 13, 15 and 17 brought the 2011 Masters champion back to the field.
Watson, who won the 2010 Travelers, is trying to become the seventh player to win this event at least twice. Arnold Palmer and Phil Mickelson also have done it.
ROGERS, Ark. - Stacy Lewis made four straight birdies and eight overall to shoot a 6-under 65 and join a group of four players atop the leaderboard at 10 under after the second round of the LPGA NW Arkansas Championship.
Lewis, the world's No. 2 player, earned an unofficial win at the rain-shortened event as an amateur in 2007. She is the local favorite this week, having played collegiately at Arkansas.
Chie Arimura and Beatriz Recari equaled Lewis' 65 and are tied entering the final round with So Yeon Ryu.
I.K. Kim and defending champion Ai Miyazato tied for the lowest round of the day, each shooting a 7-under 64.
First-round leader Mika Miyazato shot a 70 and is three shots back.
MUNICH - Frenchman Alexander Levy overcame two bogeys to shoot a 4-under 68 in the third round to pull into a three-way tie with Ernie Els of South Africa and Sweden's Alex Noren atop the leaderboard of the BMW International Open.
The trio was even at 15-under 201 heading into today's final round.
Els, who began the day with a one-stroke lead and shot a second consecutive 69, remains confident he can claim the title.
GLENVIEW, Ill. - Craig Stadler grabbed the lead at the Encompass Championship on Saturday with birdies on three of the four par-5s in a 65 that put him two shots ahead of Bob Tway and Jeff Sluman.
Stadler's second round at North Shore Country Club included an inward nine of 4-under 32 that left him at 12-under 132. Tway also scored 65 and Sluman had 66 that included eight birdies and two bogeys.
David Frost was fourth three strokes back after a 67 that included six birdies.
Steve Pate, Mark Calcavecchia, Tom Lehman and Bernhard Langer are tied for fifth at 8 under.
Stadler had a share of the overnight lead with a Langer and Duffy Waldorf.