New Zealand's Danny Lee has maintained a one shot defecit behind the leading pack after the third round of the latest PGA tour event in West Virginia.
After rounds of 63 and 69, Lee's two under par 3rd round 68 took him to 10 under for the tournament, one stroke off the pace.
The American Jason Bohn carded a nine-under-par 61 to join the logjam at the top with with fellow Americans Bryce Molder (67) and Sean O'Hair (66), and South Korean Park Sung-joon (66).
Tiger Woods fell seven strokes off the pace after a 3rd round 71.
The 14-times major champion hit his share of good shots, but a couple of wild drives demonstrated yet again that his swing changes under coach Chris Como remain a work in progress.
Woods' opening round 66 was his lowest score in 16 months.