BEDMINSTER, N.J. — Front-running Shanshan Feng rolled in a short birdie putt on the final hole Saturday to take the third-round lead in the U.S. Women’s Open.

Teenager Hye-Jin Choi and perennial Open bridesmaid Amy Yang were a stroke back heading into the final round of the biggest event in women’s golf – and one that had an even bigger stage with President Donald Trump in attendance for the second straight day.

Feng, from China, shot a 1-under 71 to reach 9-under 207 at the president’s Trump National Golf Club.

Feng’s six closest challengers are all from South Korea. Choi and Yang each shot 70.

Cristie Kerr, the 2007 champion, was the top American, tied for eighth at 4 under after a 70.

PGA: Patrick Rodgers shot a 3-under 68 to maintain a two-stroke lead in the John Deere Classic at Silvis, Illinois.

Rodgers had a 16-under 197 total at TPC Deere Run. The former Stanford star is trying to become the third player in five years to win the Quad Cities event for his first PGA Tour title.

Daniel Berger shot a 63 to match Scott Stallings (64) at 14 under.

Nicholas Lindheim (66) was 13 under, and Jamie Lovemark (66), Bryson DeChambeau (70) and J.J. Henry (68) were another stroke back. Area favorite Zach Johnson shot a 70 and dropped five strokes back.

Rodgers, who opened with rounds of 65 and 64, was hampered by a pair of bogeys. But he also had five birdies, and he saved par on the 17th after hitting his tee shot into the gallery.

Berger, who won the St. Jude Classic last month in Memphis and lost a playoff at the Travelers Championship in his last event when Jordan Spieth holed out a bunker shot, birdied seven of his first 11 holes. Six of those birdie putts came from inside 10 feet.

CHAMPIONS TOUR: Bernhard Langer shot a bogey-free 6-under 66 and took advantage of Brandt Jobe’s late collapse to grab a one-shot lead in the Constellation Senior Players Championship at Owings Mills, Maryland.

Langer had six birdies to complete the third round at 18 under. He made up three strokes over the last three holes to take control of the major tournament he’s won the last three years.

Jobe shot a 65 but bogeyed No. 16 and No. 17.

Corey Pavin (71) and Scott McCarron (69) were tied for third at 12 under.

EUROPEAN TOUR: Ian Poulter moved in sight of his first title in 41/2 years by overcoming sideways rain and strong winds to shoot a 1-under 71 at the Scottish Open, giving him a three-way share of the third-round lead.

Poulter managed to control his swing, ball, and temperament in what he described as a “brutally tough” back nine, during which he was delighted to make only one bogey.

He was tied at 9 under with fellow Englishman Callum Shinkwin (68) and Australia’s Andrew Dodt (69).