David Roesch is tied for 52nd at the U.S. Bank Championship after shooting a one-under 69 in Saturday's third round to move to even par for the tournament.
Carlos Franco, Patrick Sheehan and Brett Quigley share the USBC lead at 10-under after three rounds.
Roesch birdied the par 3 third hole at Brown Deer Park Golf Course Saturday and earned another birdie at the par-4 No. 9 to surge below par for the tournament for the first time in three rounds of competition.
Bogeys at 16 and 17 stymied his progress, but Roesch came back with a birdie 4 on 18 to close out a round of 69.
See also - Roesch makes cut at USBC
Roesch moves up leaderboard
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