Brandt Snedeker and Gangnam Style star tied at the top at Pebble Beach
Last Updated: 10/02/13 5:25pm
Brandt Snedeker lines up his birdie putt at the eighth
US Ryder cup ace Brandt Snedeker and Gangnam Style star James Hahn are tied for the lead with a round to go at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am in California.
Snedeker, runner-up to Tiger Woods at Torrey Pines and to Phil Mickelson at Phoenix in the last two weeks, carded a four-under 68 at Pebble Beach on Sunday to post 12-under - a score later matched by new cult figure Hahn.
Third round leaderboard
(US unless stated)
-12 B Snedeker
-12 J Hahn
-11 C Kirk
-10 P Reed
-9 R H Lee
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Last year's FedExCup winner Snedeker, who currently tops this year's standings, made his move with four successive birdies on Pebble Beach's spectacular stretch of front nine ocean holes.
After a four at the long sixth, he put his tee-shot at the downhill seventh to just over nine feet and holed for a two and then made birdie threes at eight at nine from inside five feet after two superb approaches.
At one point, Snedeker enjoyed a four-shot lead but he was caught by Hahn after the rookie closed with a hat-trick of birdies at Spyglass Hill.
Hahn, whose Gangnam Style dance on the 16th at Phoenix last week turned him into into an internet sensation, added three other birdies in a round of 66 to help him pull level with Snedeker.
The duo lead by a shot from Chris Kirk at 11-under while it's another stroke back to Patrick Reed on a leaderboard showing five American players at the top.
It was a disappointing day for Lee Westwood, who slipped to three-under after a one-over 73 at Spyglass.
Last week's Phoenix hero Mickelson slipped too - both down the leaderboard and onto his backside.
The left-hander fell onto his posterior after climbing down the rocks in search of his ball after a wild drive off the cliff at 18. He eventually racked up a triple bogey eight and only just made the cut on one-under.
After rotating between three different courses for the first three days, the tournament is concluded at Pebble Beach on Sunday.