DUBLIN, Ohio -- Come along for the ride with Spencer Levin.
The 27-year-old Levin held a four-shot lead after 10 holes Saturday at the Memorial Tournament, his big swings and a couple of long-distance chips creating some breathing room between Levin and the player who was then in second place, Tiger Woods.
The wild stuff was just beginning, though Levin overcame two back-nine bogeys -- and a swing on hole 17 so hard he nearly lost his driver -- to make a steady finish. He leads the tournament at 8-under headed into Sunday's final round, one shot ahead of his Saturday playing partner, Rory Sabbatini, three ahead of Rickie Fowler and four ahead of Woods.
Levin's round of 69 tied Fowler and Vijay Singh for Saturday's best, but Levin lapped the field when it came to stunned facial expressions and various displays of emotion. He'll need to channel that emotion as he enters the final round as the leader and looks for his first PGA Tour victory.
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