Barber grabs share of BMW Charity Pro-Am lead


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Greer, SC ( - Blayne Barber carded a 4-under 68 on Saturday to move into a share of the lead of the BMW Charity Pro-Am.

Barber, who is coming off a win at the South Georgia Classic, finished three rounds at 14-under-par 201.

Barber was joined atop the leaderboard by Ryan Blaum and Matt Davidson. Davidson, like Barber, played The Reserve at Lake Keowee and fired a 5-under 67 to earn his share of the lead, while Davidson shot a 3-under 68 at Thornblade Club to also end at 14-under.

Second-round co-leader Kyle Reifers managed a 1-under 70 to fall into a tie for fourth place with Jon Curran (66) at 13-under. They both played Thornblade Club on Saturday.

Max Homa carded a 70 and Gavin Coles shot 69 at Lake Keowee to join David Skinns in sixth at 12-under 203. Skinns carded a 3-under 68 at Thornblade Club.

The tournament was also being contested at Green Valley Country Club, but the final round will be played at the tournament's host site, Thornblade Club.


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