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Low scores par for the course Saturday at Kinderlou

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May 3, 2008

Valdosta -- Sixty-eight players are all that's left heading into the weekend at the South Georgia Classic.

Bryan DeCorso entered Saturday's third round with a two shot lead, and DeCorso proved to be hard to catch on a day on moving day.

DeCorso made a short birdie putt at the par five 11th to take a three shot lead at ten under par.

Greg Owen was also moving.

Owen sank a par putt at 16, and his 65 was the low round of the day.

His early clubhouse score of 10 under par caught the eye of everyone else still on the course.

Former Georgia Bulldog golfer David Miller finished strong.

Despite missing the green at 18, Miller chipped in for a birdie.

He fired a 69 and is tied for third at eight under par.

Bryan DeCorso was steady coming in.

The only scare was attempting to get up and down at the par three 15th, but a putt to save par spun around the cup and dropped in.

Bryan DeCorso tapped in for par at 18.

His third round of 68 made him the only player in the field to shoot in the 60's on all three days, and DeCorso leads by one at 11 under par.

DeCorso says, "I kept it under control. I kept the ball in front of me. I wasn't scrambling a lot. On a course this long, you start missing greens. It is pretty penalizing."

Bryan DeCorson finished fourth last week in Virginia after sharing the third round lead.

Sunday afternoon at Kinderlou Forest he hopes to finish the deal and win his first Nationwide Tour event.

Bryan DeCorso leads at 11-under headed into the final round.

Greg Owen is one shot back after a 7-under-par 65 today.

David Mathis and David Miller three shots off the pace, with four players tied at 7-under.  

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