From two consecutive eagles at 4 and 5 to two shots in the water at 12 and 13, Bryson DeChambeau did a bit of everything this Saturday at the BMW Championship in the third round. A contrasting day, but ended in 67, which allowed him to stay at the top of the leaderboard before the last lap this Sunday.

On the other hand, if Bryson DeChambeau was alone in the lead on Saturday morning, this is no longer the case because another American, Patrick Cantlay, joined him in first place thanks to a card of 66. The 29-year-old golfer would have even managed to take control of the tournament on his own at -22, but he ended his day on a bogey at 18.

Behind, we find the Korean Sungjae Im at -18, followed by Sam Burns, Abraham Ancer, Sergio Garcia and Rory McIlroy at -17. Jon Rahm is 8th at -16, Hudson Swafford 9th at -15. Dustin Johnson and Erik Van Rooyen close the top 10 with a score of -14.