LAS VEGAS, Oct. 9 (UPI) -- Tom Lehman had a 6-under 66 Saturday to take a one shot lead at 17-under 198 after three rounds of the Michelin Championship at Las Vegas.
Andre Stolz posted a 7-under 65 to move into a share of second place at 16-under-par 199. Dicky Pride joined Stolz in second place with a 66.
Lehman, 45, got his last win at the 2000 Phoenix Open. He was the 1996 British Open champion.
"I hit the ball extremely well," said Lehman, who owns five PGA Tour titles. "I drove it well so I reached the par-fives easily."
Second-round leader J.L. Lewis managed a one-under 70 at TPC at The Canyons, the third of the three courses being used for the opening three rounds. He shares fourth with Bob Estes (68), Olin Browne (69), Tim Petrovic (68), Duffy Waldorf (69), Greg Chalmers (64) and Harrison Frazar (68) at 15-under-par 200.