PGA Championship at a Glance
by Associated Press
CHASKA, Minn. (AP) ? A brief look at Saturday's play in the third round of the PGA Championship:
Leading: Justin Leonard shot a 3-under 69 and was at 9-under 207 through three rounds.
Just behind: Rich Beem was three shots back after a 72.
Lurking: Tiger Woods, tied for fourth place at 212 after a 72 that included a bogey on the final hole.
Still there: Fred Funk, one of five leaders after the second round was completed, was 5 under and will play Sunday with Woods.
Weather again: A violent storm that caused play to be suspended Friday ended up dumping 3 inches of rain on Hazeltine National. Play was delayed for two hours Saturday to pump water off the course.
High scores: Leonard was the only player to shoot in the 60s and only one of four to break par. Wind whipping around the course helped push scores to the highest third round total in PGA Championship history.
No runs: Tough conditions made catching up hard to do. Phil Mickelson found that out, shooting a 78 in his third round, while David Duval had a 76.
Featured pairing: Sunday's second-to-last group includes Tiger Woods and Fred Funk, who has become a fan favorite at Hazeltine.
Notable: Leonard won his two biggest tournaments, the 1997 British Open and the 1998 Tour Championship, by coming from five shots behind.
Quotable: "They've got a little Funk fever going on." - Fred Funk, on the reaction of fans to his animated play.
Television: Sunday, TNT, 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m.; CBS, 2-7 p.m.