Tom Pernice Jr. made an eagle and six birdies to grab a one-shot lead heading into Sunday. "The way I was going along, I never dreamed I would get to 6 under and I did," Pernice said. "Being patient pays off sometimes."
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Jim Furyk was one over on his round until birdies on 13, 14 and 16. The 2003 champ is only two back. "It was a terrible round, 1 under isn't getting the job done here," Furyk said. "I'm very fortunate to only be two back."
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Brian Bateman bogeyed two of his last four holes, but still managed to shoot 69.
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Jesper Parnevik had the round of the day with an eight-under 64. "I did not feel very good coming into this week," Parnevik said. "I've been struggling the whole year. I broke my finger in the second tournament of the year. I broke my toe about six weeks ago. I had hip surgery. My body is pretty much done."
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Kenny Perry found a bunker on 18 and made bogey to finish two shots off the lead.
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Steve Elkington finished four shots back after a one-under 71.
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Rocco Mediate started the day one shot back, but tumbled down the leaderboard after a four-over 76.
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