Chad Campbell doubled bogeyed his final hole of the third round at the HP Byron Nelson Championship to miss the 54-hole cut on the number at 2-over 212.
Ten others will join Campbell on the couch for the final round. They include Ted Purdy (212), Jesper Parnevik (212), Charlie Wi (212), Pat Perez (213), Brian Stuard (213), Brad Fritsch (213), Vijay Singh (214), Tim Herron (214), Greg Owen (214) and Patrick Reed (216).
Keegan Bradley continues to hold the lead at the HP Byron Nelson Championship after a 2-under-par 34-34=68 in the third round places him one-stroke clear of Sang-moon Bae at 13-under 197.
Bradley circled five birdies, ranging from 34'3" to four inches, and squared three bogeys at TPC Four Seasons. He only found 10 GIR, but gained 2.599 strokes on the field with his long putter. He ranks sixth in strokes gained for the week. The first of his three PGA TOUR wins came at this event in 2011, and he is in great position to pick up another in Sunday's final round.
John Huh signed for a 1-under-par 37-32=68 in the third round of the HP Byron Nelson Championship and enters the final round at 8-under 202.
Huh finished in style at TPC Four Seasons, beginning with an eagle from 162 yards at the par-4 14th and continuing with birdies at 16 and 17. Even though his rookie season was a strong one, he has yet to crack a top 10 in 14 PGA TOUR events in 2013. The difference this week has been a strong performance with the irons, landing 77.78 percent of his GIR for the tournament.
Gary Woodland spun a 2-under-par 34-34=68 in the third round of the HP Byron Nelson Championship and is in position to pick up his first top 10 of the season at 8-under 202.
Four birdies outpaced two bogeys in Woodland's navigation of TPC Four Seasons, with a 46'8" bomb on the par-4 fourth the highlight. While only landing six (of 14) fairways, he managed to find 14 GIR. Even though is current position is enviable, high winds predicted in the final round could change the entire dynamic of the leaderboard by the end of the day Sunday.
Robert Karlsson followed his opening 64 at the HP Byron Nelson Championship with an 8-over-par 41-37=78 to reach the midpoint in 2-over 142, two strokes too high to play the weekend.
Talk about a stunning turn of events. Just when the tall Swede appeared to have everything under control, the golf gods decided otherwise. He hit just eight greens in regulation today and converted one birdie. Elsewhere, he swallowed six bogeys and a triple bogey-7 at the par-4 11th hole where he rinsed his tee ball and didn't find the green until his fifth stroke. Karlsson will attempt to get back on the horse at next week's Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial. He tied for fifth in his only appearance in Fort Worth in 2011.
Brian Stuard reached the midpoint of the HP Byron Nelson Championship in even-par 71-69=140 to survive the cut on the number.
Stuard hit 30 greens in regulation at TPC Four Seasons over his first 36 holes, but offset six birdies with four bogeys and a double. While he puts an 0-for-5 slide to an end, his work isn't done. Because 83 golfers made the cut, a second cut of low 70 and ties will fall at the conclusion of 54 holes. Others sneaking inside the bubble at 140 include defending champion Jason Dufner; 2010 winner Jason Day; 2009 champ Rory Sabbatini; Padraig Harrington; and 52-year-old Kenny Perry, who admitted on Golf Channel this week that he didn't know that he was still fully exempt on the PGA TOUR. Clearly, the senior doesn't read Rotoworld where we always keep up on status.
Ron Kroichick of the San Francisco Chronicle alerted his followers on Twitter that Ken Venturi has died.
Kroichick tweeted: "Sad news from world of golf: SF native Ken Venturi, the 1964 U.S. Open champion and longtime CBS analyst, has died at age 82. #golf #RIP" Venturi was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame last week. He was unable to attend the ceremony due to his declining health. He won 14 events on the PGA TOUR, including the sweltering U.S. Open at Congressional. He was also a long-time analyst for CBS.