PGA Tour

Bohn leads Mayakoba Classic

2014-11-16 01:41
Jason Bohn (AFP)

Playa del Carmen - Jason Bohn has fired a four-under 67 in the third round on Saturday and will take a one-shot lead into the final round of the PGA Tour's Mayakoba Classic.

Bohn finished 54 holes at 15-under-par 198. His last USPGA Tour win came in 2010 at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans.

Entering the final hole, the two-time winner on the US Tour had a three-stroke lead over Shawn Stefani, but a Bohn bogey combined with a Stefani birdie cut the gap to one stroke.

Stefani, who entered the second round tied with Bohn, carded a three-under 68 on a rainy day at El Camaleon Golf Course and he sits alone in second at 14-under 199. Charley Hoffman (67) and Germany's Alex Cejka (68) are tied for third at 12-under 201.

Andres Gonzales (66), Jerry Kelly (67), Danny Lee (67) and Ken Duke (70) are all tied at 11-under 202. Fred Funk, 58, is alone in ninth at minus-10.

Second-round leader Michael Putnam struggled on his way to a six-over 77 and he is tied for 26th at six-under 207 along with defending champion Harris English (69) and a dozen other golfers.

Leading scores on Saturday after the third round of the PGA Tour's Mayakoba Classic (USA unless noted, par 71):

198 - Jason Bohn 66-65-67
199 - Shawn Stefani 66-65-68
201 - Alex Cejka (GER) 66-67-68, Charley Hoffman 66-68-67
202 - Jerry Kelly 69-66-67, Ken Duke 69-63-70, Andres Gonzales 69-67-66, Danny Lee (NZL) 66-69-67
203 - Fred Funk 69-65-69
204 - Nicholas Thompson 68-65-71, Oscar Fraustro (MEX) 68-67-69
205 - Steve Wheatcroft 65-69-71, Brice Garnett 66-68-71, Jim Herman 67-69-69, Carlos Ortiz (MEX) 67-69-69, John Huh 69-67-69

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