Rickie Fowler opened a four-stroke lead in the Honda Classic on Saturday to move to the brink of his fourth PGA Tour victory and first since the Deutsche Bank Championship in 2015.
Fowler shot a bogey-free five-under par 65 at PGA National in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., and is 13-under par 197 through 54 holes.
Tyrrell Hatton of England also shot a 66 and is in second place. Martin Kaymer, Gary Woodland, Sean O'Hair, Wesley Bryan and Emaliano Grillo are tied for third, six strokes behind.
Second-round co-leaders Bryan and Ryan Palmer both stumbled in the third round. Bryan shot a two-over 72, while Palmer shot a three-over 73 and is tied for eighth.