There are two players tied at the top of the HP Byron Nelson Championship, at ten under par. Louis Oosthuizen and Brendon Todd / Getty Images Louis and Brendon are atop the HP Byron Nelson Championship leaderboard at -10 under par for the three rounds played at TPC Four Seasons. Louis or Larry ? seems Louis has had some name problems recently, most of it due to Charl Schwartzel, it was etched on his bag and he did not notice until some of the players kept calling him Larry; " That was Charl again, he probably had nothing to do, so he had Ping make a bag that said Larry Oosthuizen. I didn’t realize it was on the bag even after Jason Dufner and everyone was giving me some stick. I just laughed. Next thing you know, I looked at the bag and it said Larry Oosthuizen.” The prank did not stop Louis from carding the low round of the day, a -6 under par 64 which elevated him to the top of the leaderboard to share the -10 under par total; " Every opportunity I had for birdie I actually made, my eye was good today, and I hit a lot of them really close.” Despite being a Major winner, The Open 2010, Louis has yet to win a tournament on American soil; Louis Oosthuizen 2010 The Open / Getty Images “I wanted to come over here and get more familiar with the Tour and playing a full schedule. It's just taking me a bit longer to really get my game where I want it to be. Hopefully this weekend can kick off something and get my game on the track that I want it to be.” "It's always nice finishing a round on a high, you sort of feed off that the next morning or the next day and that keeps you going. Tomorrow there is obviously a little bit more pressure on everyone that's in the last groups, but that's great to put yourself in that position and see how you face it and try to get out on top.” Brendon had a sedate -2 under par 68, to reach his -10 under par total. Getting into the final pairing was all the inspiration he needed; “Walking into the 18th green, I knew a birdie would get me to the last group. So that was a little bit of motivation.” Mike Weir, James Hahn and Gary Woodland are one stroke back at -9 under par for the tournament. Morgan Hoffmann should have joined the leaders but twice fell out of the lead after hitting drives left into the water and making double bogey, at Nos. 11 and 18. He stood on the 18th tee tied for the lead, found the water and signed for a round of -2 under par 68 and was tied for sixth at -8 under par,with three-time major champion Padraig Harrington, Marc Leishman and Graham DeLaet. This really is anybody's tournament, it just needs someone to go out and get it, Good Luck "Larry"