IRVING, Texas — James Hahn shot a bogey-free 6-under 64 on Saturday to take the lead after three rounds at the AT&T Byron Nelson, where Jason Kokrak’s record advantage disappeared.

Hahn settled for a 12-under 198 total after his eagle chance at the 16th and a birdie putt at 17 both stopped just inches short. He was a stroke ahead of Billy Horschel, who birdied his last three holes for a 66 to take second place alone.

Jason Day had his own string of birdies – five in a row midway through the round and then a 60-footer at the 17th – in a round of 63 that was the day’s best and got him to 10 under. He was tied for third with Kokrak, who shot 72 after setting a Nelson 36-hole record with a five-stroke lead.

Cameron Tringale and Sergio Garcia also finished with birdies on Nos. 16-18. Tringale was fifth at 9 under after a 67, and defending Nelson champion and Masters winner Garcia was tied for sixth at 8 under after a 64.

LPGA: Lexi Thompson remained in position for her first victory since a rules infraction cost her a major title, shooting a 2-under 69 to take a three-stroke lead over In Gee Chun into the final round of the Kingsmill Championship at Williamsburg, Virginia.

Thompson had three birdies and a bogey – on the par-3 17th – to reach 14-under 199 on Kingsmill’s River Course.

Chun had a 67, making six birdies and two bogeys.

Top-ranked Lydia Ko was five strokes back at 9 under after a 70. Trying to hold off So Yeon Ryu and Ariya Jutanugarn for the No. 1 spot, Ko is winless since July.

CHAMPIONS TOUR: Fred Funk shot a 2-under 70 to hold onto the third-round lead at the Regions Tradition in Birmingham, Alabama.

The 60-year-old Funk was at 14-under 202 and maintained a one-stroke edge over Scott Parel in the first of the tour’s five majors. Defending champion Bernhard Langer, who shot a 66, and Scott McCarron (69) were two shots back.

Funk was even over the final nine holes at Greystone and is seeking his first Champions individual title since 2012.