GREENSBORO, N.C. Carl Pettersson topped the Sedgefield Country Club leaderboard for the second straight day, following his tournament-record 61 with a 66 on Saturday to take a two-stroke lead in the Wyndham Championship.
A local fan favorite who went to high school in Greensboro and is on the tournament's board of directors, Pettersson had a 19-under 191 total. The Swede is in position to claim his third career PGA Tour victory and first since 2006.
Scott McCarron was second. He holed a 45-yard sand shot on 18 for a 64. Briny Baird (62), Garrett Willis (69) and Kevin Streelman (67) were six strokes back.
CANADIAN WOMEN'S OPEN: At Ottawa, Yani Tseng finished off a course-record 8-under 64 in the rain-delayed second round, then shot a 68 in the third to take a four-stroke lead in the Canadian Women's Open.
Tseng, the 19-year-old Taiwanese star who won the McDonald's LPGA Championship in early June and finished second two weeks ago in the Women's British Open, had a 14-under 202 total at Ottawa Hunt.
South Korea's Se Ri Pak (68) was second, and defending champion Lorena Ochoa (74) and Katherine Hull (72) followed at 8 under.
Michelle Wie, using the last of her six LPGA Tour exemptions this year, was tied for 14th at 2 under after a 69. She opened with rounds of 75 and 70.
JELD-WEN TRADITION: At Sunriver, Ore., Fred Funk moved into position for his first major victory on the Champions Tour, shooting a bogey-free 7-under 65 to take a one-stroke lead over Jay Haas after the third round of the JELD-WEN Tradition.
The 52-year-old Funk, the winner of the season-opening MasterCard Championship in Hawaii, had a 16-under 200 total on the Crosswater Club course.
Haas, the Senior PGA Championship winner in May, shot a 66. Tim Simpson (69) was 13 under, and Tom Watson (68), Joe Ozaki (64), Scott Hoch (66) and Mike Goodes (69) were another stroke back. Scott Simpson (67) and Bernhard Langer (72) were 10 under.
SAS MASTERS: At Stockholm, Sweden, Sweden's Peter Hanson shot a 2-under 68 to take a two-stroke lead into the final round of the SAS Masters at Arlandastad.
Hanson, the 2005 Spanish Open winner, is trying to become the first Swede to win the event since Jesper Parnevik 10 years ago. Hanson had a 10-under 200 total.
England's Nick Dougherty (70), Swedes Daniel Chopra (67) and Pelle Edberg (66), Denmark's Soren Kjeldsen (68) and Scotland's Gary Orr (67) were tied for second.