WICHITA, Kan. — Jim Herman felt no pressure in the final pairing on Saturday.
"It's golf - there are 18 more holes and we'll see where I end up tomorrow," Herman said following his round.
He waited until the back nine of Crestview Country Club to make his move Saturday, including a birdie on 18, firing a clean round of 68 to take a two shot lead into Sunday at the Wichita Open.
"4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and even 10 - they are tough holes so you definitely try and one on holes 2 or 3, which I didn't get to today," Herman said. "I was able to make some birdies in other places to get my round going."
Herman heads off in the final pairing with Casey Wittenberg at 1 p.m from the first tee.
His playing partner Robert Damron struggled on Moving Day with a 76 in the wind but Herman held firm, even after giving a few back during his round.