MEMPHIS, June 7 (UPI) --
South African Tim Clark
posted a 6-under 64 Saturday to move into a two-shot lead after three rounds of the PGA St. Jude Championship in Memphis.
Clark, 32, completed 54 holes at 5-under 205. This is only the second time he has held the 54-hole lead.
Clark will be gunning for his first PGA Tour win Sunday. He is the PGA Tour's career money leader without a win, with earnings of nearly $10.7 million.
Gavin Coles and Marc Turnesa, two of six second-round leaders, both shot 70 and dropped a into tie for second at 3-under 207 with Masters champ Trevor Immelman (67), Bill Haas (67) and Alex Cejka (69).
Justin Leonard (67), Stephen Ames (68), Vijay Singh (70), Dean Wilson, Jason Dufner, Tommy Armour III and Michael Bradley share seventh place at 2-under 208.
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