Kevin Kisner had another great day at TPC Louisiana, rolling in putts seemingly from everywhere.

Teammate Scott Brown wasn’t having as much success, but a clutch birdie on the closing hole gave them a 1-shot lead heading into the final round of the Zurich Classic.

Kisner holed three birdie putts from 20 feet or more and teamed with Brown to shoot an 8-under 64 in better ball on Saturday.

They topped a crowded leaderboard that featured 13 teams within 4 shots of the lead.

But Brown came up big on the par-5 18th when his third shot from a greenside bunker settled within 2 feet.

Duo Kisner and Brown started Saturday’s round 1 shot off the lead and made five birdies on the front nine.

The back nine wasn’t as smooth, with two bogeys mixed in with five more birdies, giving the team a three-day total of 20-under 196.

They lost on the fourth hole of a playoff to Cameron Smith and Jonas Blixt last year at TPC Louisiana, the first for the Zurich as a team event.

They’ll face plenty of challengers on Sunday, when the tournament returns to the more difficult alternate-shot format.

Tony Finau and Daniel Summerhays shot a bogey-free 63.

Michael Kim and Andrew Putnam teamed for a 66.

Both teams were 1 shot back.

Summerhays and Finau, both from Utah, played together last year at TPC Louisiana but missed the cut.

Several teams went low in the easier better-ball format.

The teams of Brice Garnett-Chesson Hadley, Billy Horschel-Scott Piercy and Jason Dufner-Pat Perez all shot 61s to jump into contention.

Garnett and Hadley were 2 shots off the lead, while the Horschel-Piercy and Dufner-Perez teams were 3 shots behind.

Masters Tournament champion Patrick Reed and Patrick Cantlay shot 66 and are 6 shots off the lead.

Bubba Watson and Matt Kuchar, who shot 67 on Friday in alternate shot, could only manage a 68 in better ball and were 7 shots back.

LPGA Tour

Former No. 1 Lydia Ko moved into position for her first win in nearly two years, shooting a 5-under 67 at Lake Merced on Saturday for a 1-shot lead over Jessica Korda at the LPGA Mediheal Championship.

Ko has two previous victories at Lake Merced among her 14 wins overall.

However, she hasn’t won since July 2016 and has changed instructors twice since then, along with switching caddies and equipment.

The 21-year-old from New Zealand hit 14 greens in regulation to match the low round of the day in cool and breezy conditions just outside San Francisco.

Her three-day total of 11-under 205 was enough to overtake Korda, who shot 71. Minjee Lee (68) was 3 shots back.

Ko followed up her lone bogey by holing a bunker shot for birdie on the par-4 11th.

She got up-and-down from a greenside bunker for birdie on the par-5 15th and made a 12-footer with about 3 feet of break that fell in the side of the hole on No. 16.

European/Asian Tour

Adrian Otaegui of Spain moved into a share of the third-round lead with England’s Matt Wallace after shooting a 5-under 67 Saturday at the China Open.

Otaegui and Wallace led by 1 stroke after the second round.

Both had three-round totals of 12-under 204 on the Topwin Golf and Country Club course to lead by 1 stroke going into Sunday’s final round.

Wallace had a 69 Saturday.

Sweden’s Alexander Bjork (67), Julien Guerrier of France (68) and Jorge Campillo of Spain (68) were tied for third at the end of the third round in the European Tour event.