HUMBLE Texas — Bill Haas and Stewart Cink moved into a tie for the lead Saturday after three rounds of the Houston Open.
Haas carded a 5-under 67, while Cink posted a 4-under 68. They finished 54 holes at 11-under-par 205.
Haas, whose father Jay won this title in 1987, will go for his fifth PGA Tour title on Sunday. Cink will look to win for the seventh time on tour, and it would be his first title since winning the 2009 British Open.
Second-round leader Steve Wheatcroft stumbled to a bogey at the last for an even-par 72. That left him tied for third at minus-10. He stands alongside Ben Crane (67), first-round leader D.A. Points (71) and Jason Kokrak (71).
Bud Cauley and Louis Oosthuizen fired 7-under 65s on the Tournament Course at Redstone Golf Club. Those were the low rounds of the day and left the duo tie for seventh at 9-under-par 207.
The were joined there by seven others including former major champions Keegan Bradley (67) and Angel Cabrera (69).