Summerhays jumps ahead by 2 at John Deere Classic

The Sports NetworkJuly 12, 2013 

Daniel Summerhays shot 9-under-par 62 on Saturday and moved ahead by a pair of strokes entering the final round of the John Deere Classic.

Summerhays, who missed three straight cuts before tying for ninth at last week's Greenbrier Classic, is 19-under 194 through 54 holes at TPC Deere Run. The 29-year-old will attempt to secure his first career PGA Tour win on Sunday.

David Hearn shot 64 and moved into second place at 17-under, while defending champion and overnight co-leader Zach Johnson dropped into third at minus-16 after a third-round 67.

J.J. Henry (65) and Jerry Kelly (66) share fourth at 15-under, one stroke ahead of Nicholas Thompson (64), Chris Kirk (66) and Matt Jones (68).

More to follow.

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