(AP) Peter Uihlein shot a 4-under 67 Saturday, giving the American a three-shot lead after three rounds at the Wales Open.
Uihlein had an eagle at the par-5 ninth to go with five birdies in an inconsistent round that included three bogeys. He was at 7-under 206 at Celtic Manor and was followed by Frenchmen Thomas Levet (67) and Gregory Bourdry (70).
Second-round leader Liam Bond of Wales, who lives 10 miles from the course, fell from contention with a 78. Norway's Espen Kofstad, who was second going into the round, shot a 76 and was tied for 23rd place.