PGA Championship

Langer takes one-shot lead into final round at Senior Players Championship after Jobe's two late bogeys

Langer takes one-shot lead into final round at Senior Players Championship after Jobe's two late bogeys

For more than four hours Saturday, Brandt Jobe was chasing history at the Caves Valley Golf Club in Owings Mills. By the end of the third round of the Constellation Senior Players Championship, Jobe was simply chasing Bernhard Langer.

Through nine holes, Jobe seemed on the brink of breaking 60 when he made the turn at 29. Through 15 holes, the 51-year-old journeyman was 9-under for the day and was staring at the competitive course record of 63, set in the third round of the 2002 U.S. Senior Open by a fellow journeyman, Don Pooley, who went on to beat legend Tom Watson in a five-hole playoff.

It was not the thought of those two accomplishments as much as it was the pressure...

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