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Summerhays leads John Deere Classic Round three

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Daniel Summerhays shot a nine-under par during Round three at the John Deere Classic, going into the final round as the leader.

With a Round three total of 62, Summerhays will start Round four at 19-under par.

Following in second place, David Hearn, hit a Round three total of 64, entering Round four at 17-under. In third place after Round three is Zach Johnson. Johnson is at 16-under par going into the last round.

Summerhays started off making birdies on holes one and two. After a bogey on hole three, he birdied three more times on the front nine.

On the back nine, Summerhays birdied five more times, finishing Round three at nine-under for the day.

Round two was made up of six birdies and two bogeys for Summerhays; finishing the day at four-under par. He made six birdies in Round one as well, but no bogeys for a finish at six-under par.