Brian Stuard completed his second straight bogey-free round to take a 1-shot lead in the waterlogged Zurich Classic in Avondale, La.

Stuard played just six holes Saturday, completing his second round with a 4-under 68 to reach 12 under at TPC Louisiana. Jamie Landmark and Jhonattan Vegas were tied for second. They finished the second round Friday.

The 33-year-old Stuard, winless on the PGA Tour, continued his steady play with two birdies Some players were able to begin the third round on Saturday before thunderstorms swept through the area, but the leaders havenít teed off.

Top-ranked Day was 5 strokes behind Stuard after shooting a 68 in the second round.

Rain delays have interrupted two out of three days of the tournament. More rain is forecast for Sunday.

Itís just the second time in Stuardís career that heís had the lead after 36 holes. He said the threat of impending rain wonít affect how he plays when, or if, heís able to get on the course Sunday.

Lovemark and Vegas didnít play at all Saturday, getting some rest after a long Friday. Lovemark played 27 holes on Friday to jump into contention with a second-round 66.

Vegas completed 30Ĺ holes and finished the second round with a 69.

Stuard, Lovemark and Vegas have a sizable jump on the rest of the field. Six players, including Charles Howell III, were 4 strokes back at 8 under. Day was among a dozen players 5 shots behind Stuard.

LPGA Tour

Gerina Piller took a 2-stroke lead Saturday in the LPGA Tourís Volunteers of America Texas Shootout in Irving, Texas, putting her in position for a breakthrough victory in her home event.

Winless in 123 career starts, the 31-year-old Piller shot a bogey-free 4-under 67 to reach 14-under 199 at Las Colinas Country Club.

South Korean players held the next four spots on the leaderboard. Amy Yang (65) and Mi Jung Hur (66) were tied for second at 12 under, and Jenny Shin (65) and Sei Young Kim (68) were 10 under.

Piller lives in Plano, about 20 miles from Las Colinas. She hit to 4 feet to set up a birdie on the par-4 second, then birdied three straight par 5s ó two-putting No. 3 and making a 5-footer on No. 7 and a 10-footer on No. 10. She parred the final eight holes.

Piller has hit 52-of-54 greens in regulation, with the two misses coming in the first round.

European Tour

Denmarkís Lucas Bjerregaard shot a 7-under 65 in the China Open in Beijing for a share of the third-round lead with Chileís Felipe Aguilar.

Bjerregaard eagled the par-4 third hole and had five birdies. Aguilar had a 67 to match Bjerregaard at 16-under 200 at Topwin Golf and Country Club Belgiumís Nicolas Colsaerts (65) was 2 strokes back along with local favorite Li Haotong (66), Englandís Tyrrell Hatton (67) and Swedenís Alex Noren (68).