CROMWELL, Conn. — UCLA star Patrick Cantlay tumbled down the leaderboard a day after shooting the lowest score by an amateur in PGA Tour history, while Fredrik Jacobson had a 7-under 63 on Saturday to take a one-stroke lead over Bryce Molder in the Traveler's Championship.

CROMWELL, Conn. — UCLA star Patrick Cantlay tumbled down the leaderboard a day after shooting the lowest score by an amateur in PGA Tour history, while Fredrik Jacobson had a 7-under 63 on Saturday to take a one-stroke lead over Bryce Molder in the Traveler's Championship.

Jacobson closed with a 30-foot birdie putt on No. 18 to cap his third straight bogey-free round. The Swede opened with rounds of 65 and 66 and the 63 left him at 16 under at TPC River Highlands.

Moulder, who also opened with rounds of 65 and 66, shot a 64.

The 19-year-old Cantlay followed his course-record 60 with a 72 to fall five strokes behind Jacobson. Cantlay bogeyed the final two holes. An amateur hasn't won a PGA Tour event since Phil Mickelson in the 1991 Northern Telecom Open in Arizona.

The 36-year-old Jacobson has three European Tour victories, but is winless on the PGA Tour. At 194, Jacobson was a stroke off the tournament record for 54 holes.

LPGA Championship

At Pittsford, N.Y., Yani Tseng extended her lead at the LPGA Championship to five strokes, putting the 22-year-old star a round away from winning her fourth major title.

The top-ranked Tseng shot a 5-under 67 to finish at 13-under 203 at Locust Hill Country Club.

Americans Morgan Pressel (70) and Cindy LaCrosse (69) were tied for second, and Hee Young Park (72) was seven shots behind Tseng. Defending champion Cristie Kerr matched Tseng with a third-round best 67 to join Stacy Lewis (70), Meena Lee (70) and Paula Creamer (72) at 5 under.

Tseng, who turned 22 in January, was a round away from becoming the youngest to win four major golf tournaments. She also won LPGA Championship during her rookie-of-the-year season in 2008, when the event was played at Bulle Rock in Maryland, and took the Kraft Nabisco and Women's British Open last year.

Patty Berg was 23 when she won her fourth major in 1941, but before the LPGA was formed in 1950. Tiger Woods and Se Ri Pak were 24 when they won their fourth majors.

Dick's Sporting Goods Open

At Endicott, N.Y., Mark Wiebe shot a 4-under 68 in the second round of the Dick's Sporting Goods Open to take a two-stroke lead over John Huston in a bid for his second straight Champions Tour victory.

Wiebe, who won two weeks ago at Rock Barn, had an 11-under 133 total at En-Joie Golf Club. Huston had a 70.

BMW International Open

At Munich, England's Mark Foster shot a 6-under 66 to take a two-stroke lead over Sergio Garcia, Retief Goosen and three others in the BMW International Open.

Foster birdied four of the last seven holes to finish at 14-under 202.

Garcia shot a 64, and Goosen had a 67. Robert Coles (65), Pablo Larrazabal (69) and George Coetzee (70) also were 12 under. Garcia needs to win or finish second to earn a spot in the British Open.