Michael Allen's lead at the U.S. Senior Open shrunk a bit, but he's still two strokes ahead after three rounds of play. On Saturday, he finished with a two-over 72, which was by far his worst round of the tournament.
On the strength of his three-under 67 on Thursday and seven-under 63 on Friday, he's at eight-under par overall heading into the final day of play. Here's a look at the complete leaderboard:
Allen's Poor Day
He'll need to rebound if he hopes to capture the title.
Kenny Perry and Corey Pavin Are Charging Hard
Both Pavin and Perry shot six-under 64s on the day. Perry's round drew him within just two shots of Allen, and Pavin is within striking distance at only four shots back.
Kenny Perry (-6, 64), 3 back of Allen: "I was sitting around last night thinking, I've got to somehow get within 5 of him." #USSeniorOpen— U.S. Open (USGA) (@usopengolf) July 13, 2013
Fred Funk Still Hanging Around
Who will win the 2013 U.S. Senior Open?
He couldn't ask to be in a much better position heading into the final round.
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