WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS \u2014 Harold Varner III, the 5-foot-8 golfer with a 10-foot-tall personality, wasn\u2019t about to let anxiety take hold.\r\nThe third-round co-leader at A Military Tribute at the Greenbrier wasn\u2019t concerned about being winless in 84 PGA Tour events.\r\n\u201cThis is what I get so pumped up to do. This is why you work,\u201d the 27-year-old Varner said. \u201cIf I shoot 90 tomorrow, I\u2019m going to be able to go home and my mom is going to give me a kiss and say, \u2018You\u2019re still a winner.\u2019 I\u2019m still going to mow my parents\u2019 grass on Monday.\u201d\r\nThe East Carolina graduate began July 7 with 10 consecutive pars, then a stretch of four birdies in seven holes landed him at 14-under. When second-round leader Kelly Kraft subsequently bogeyed\r\n16 and 18, the Greenbrier leaderboard featured a tie at the top.\r\nKraft and Varner, who began the tournament as 125-to-1 longshots, are scheduled to tee off at 1:55 p.m.\r\n\u201cThis whole thing is new to me because I\u2019ve never held a lead going into the last day, but I don\u2019t really lack confidence,\u201d Varner said. \u201cI\u2019m going to wake up tomorrow and give it all I\u2019ve got.\u201d\r\nDefending champion Xander Schauffele was lurking one shot back, after Saturday\u2019s 65, which included a bunker chip for eagle on the par-5 17th.\r\n\u201cIt was funny,\u201d Schauffele said. \u201cI got in an argument with my caddie on the fairway. He said, \u2018Going long you\u2019re screwed.\u2019 So I had 3-wood, and he talked me into an iron. I still hit it over the green long, so we had a little laugh about that, and managed to hole a bunker shot.\u201d\r\nKevin Na\u2019s 65 forged a third-place tie with Schauffele, and the grandson of Arnold Palmer, Sam Saunders (67), stood fifth, at 12-under. Bubba Watson joined a three-way tie for sixth, at 11-under.\r\nAfter starting Saturday one stroke off the lead, Webb Simpson shot 76 and tumbled to 30th. Anirban Lahiri (71) bogeyed the first two holes but avoided Simpson\u2019s plight and dropped only three strokes behind.\r\nWhile the tournament\u2019s first two days were marked by eight rounds of 63 or lower, the greens hardened Saturday as winds picked up and humidity dropped.\r\n\u201cThe greens got really kind of crusty and hard out there, different than the first couple days, and especially on the back nine,\u201d Kraft said. \u201cThere were two or three greens that were borderline rolling too fast.\r\n\u201cHopefully, they put a little bit of water on them tonight and so everything gets a little more consistent (today).\u201d\r\nPlayers such as Kraft and Varner have incentives aside from winning. The top four players not already exempt among the Greenbrier\u2019s\u00a0top 12 finishers will qualify for the British Open, at Carnoustie, in two weeks.