Phil Mickelson carded an even-par 70 Saturday, holding onto a one-shot lead as the only player to end under par after three rounds of the U.S. Open.
Matt Kuchar carded a 2-under 70 Saturday to take a two-shot lead after three rounds of the Memorial Tournament in Ohio.
Bill Haas turned in the low round of the day with a 67 Friday and owned a three-shot lead when second-round play was suspended at The Memorial Tournament.
Former Masters champion Charl Schwartzel overcame a late double bogey Thursday to fire a 7-under 65 that put him in front at The Memorial Tournament.
Bae Sang-moon overcame windy conditions and held off a challenge from Keegan Bradley Sunday, carding a 1-under 69 to claim the Byron Nelson Championship.
Second-round leader Keegan Bradley carded a 2-under 68 Saturday, maintaining his hold atop the Byron Nelson Championship after 54 holes.
Keegan Bradley shot a 1-under 69 in the worst of the afternoon heat Friday and maintained a 3-shot lead midway through the Byron Nelson Championship.
Keegan Bradley played his last three holes in 4-under Thursday and shot a course-record 60 that put him three shots in front at the Byron Nelson Championship.
Golf's first major event of the year begins Thursday with the center of attention being a player who has gone five years without winning a premier event.
Martin Laird's victory at the Texas Open moved him up 61 places to No. 56 in the men's world golf rankings.