CLIFTON, N.J. - Sarah Lee went shot for shot with defending champion Lorena Ochoa and got the best of the No. 1 player in women's golf.

Lee shot a near-flawless 7-under 65 to open a two-shot lead over Ochoa after three rounds in the LPGA Tour's $1.4 million Sybase Classic.

Lee had a 16-under 200 total, the low 54-hole score on the tour this year. Ochoa was 14 under after her second straight 67 at the Upper Montclair Country Club.

It was seven more shots back to Sherri Steinhauer, Kate Golden and Young Jo.

PGA Tour

DULUTH, Ga. - Ryuji Imada and Troy Matteson remained tied for the AT&T Classic lead, shooting 3-under 69s at TPC Sugarloaf to take a two-stroke advantage over Camilo Villegas into the final round.

Imada, a former University of Georgia player, and Matteson, a former Georgia Tech star, had 13-under 203 totals. Villegas was 11 under after a 68, and Masters champion Zach Johnson (69), local favorite Matt Kuchar (64) and Lee Janzen (67) were 10 under.

Champions Tour

HOOVER, Ala. - Bob Gilder overcame back problems to take the second-round lead in the Regions Charity Classic, shooting a 6-under 66 that included putts for eagle and birdie on two of the final three holes.

The late surge gave him a two-stroke lead over first-round leader Scott Hoch (71) at 10-under 134.

Hale Irwin was three strokes back after a 68.

Irish Open

ADARE, Ireland - Padraig Harrington stretched his lead to three shots in the Irish Open in his bid to become the first Irish winner in 25 years.

The 35-year-old Dubliner shot a 1-under 71 for a 4-under 212 total on the Adare Manor course. The last Irish winner was John O'Leary in 1982.

Wales' Bradley Dredge (69) and England's Simon Wakefield (72) were tied for second.