IRVING - Keegan Bradley, trying to win the Byron Nelson Championship for the second time in three years, fired a two-under par 68 Saturday and clung to a one-stroke lead over South Korea’s Bae Sang-Moon. In windy conditions at the par-70 TPC Four Seasons Resort course, Bradley closed with a bogey for the third round in a row but the American still stood atop the leaderboard on 13-under 197 with Bae on 198 after a third 66 in a row. “I’m playing really well,” Bradley said. “I’m proud of how I played the last two days, and I’m happy with where I’m sitting.” Bradley won his first US PGA title at the 2011 Byron Nelson and went on to win the 2011 PGA Championship in his first major appearance. American Tom Gillis was third on 199 with compatriot Scott Piercy fourth on 200.–AFP