Patrick Reed had his worst round of the Congressional on Saturday, and it got him into a spot at the top of the leader board all by himself.
Reed’s 71 while several other players struggled kept him at 6-under through 54 holes, giving him a two-stroke lead over three other players headed to Sunday’s final round of the Quicken Loans National.
Korea’s Seung-yul Noh is the new face among the top names on the leader board after firing a 5-under 66 to climb up to 4-under for the tournament. Australia’s Marc Leishman fell out of lead by struggling to a 2-over 73 and is also at 4-under, along with Sweden’s Freddie Jacobson.
A further six players are tied for third at 3-under, notably 2013 US Open champion Justin Rose.