T1. Kevin Kisner (-9): For the second time in less than a year, Kisner is going to bed on Saturday at last a share of the lead and in prime position to win his first major championship.
A bogey on the 16th and a par save from short of the Barry Burn on the 18th gave him a 66, his lowest score in a major since the 2011 Masters, and left him only four shots behind going into the final round. He said he started the day knowing several or more golfers might surge further ahead, and he finished the day hoping none of those went any further than 10-under-par.
"Really to myself more than anything. It's been a few years since I felt like this". The good thing is there's not many players in between me and the lead.
"Momentum-wise, birdieing the very first hole, picking up where I left off, got me well into the round". "I really, really did". And I've got an opportunity to make it a very memorable one with a round, but it's not necessary for me to prove anything for any reason.
Rory McIlroy, who is four years removed from winning his last major championship, looked like a player poised to get off the Grand Slam schneid for much of the day, moving to 7 under with a birdie at the 15th hole, but he played the last three holes in 2 over par and is tied with Johnson at 5 under par.
However, the 14-time major victor immediately posted back-to-back birdies to return to level par where, after going bogey-birdie immediately after the turn, he remained through 12 holes.
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He is also the franchise leader in points (13,296), field goals made (4,716), free throws made (3,539) and games played (675). That said, they'll have to convince big stars to come play in Toronto, which doesn't exactly have the best weather.
Fourteen-time major victor Tiger Woods registered a second level-par 71 but Justin Thomas (77), the world's second-ranked player, failed to make the weekend on 146. Both are at even par, six strokes off the lead, which is also good news.
One dropped shot put him back to 5-under, but he got up and down brilliantly at the last to stay on that mark. There the anthropomorphic cat tries to cheer up two bored children, alone at home, by first playing with the fish and then bringing along a box, containing two creatures similar to him who then wreak havoc in the house. "Five [shots back] is certainly doable, and especially if we get the forecast tomorrow".
"I saw he played pretty well today".
He added: "The reverence I have for this championship, and specifically the Claret Jug, I'm not suggesting someone doesn't have higher reverence for it, but I'd argue with them". So it was nice to make that move.
He produced a grin as wide as the North Sea that skirts the Carnoustie layout and raised his putter to salute the crowd when he rammed in a 35-foot putt at the closing hole.
Unhappy with his swing during the first two days, the 24-year-old found a slight adjustment did the trick, and the first hole provided a massive jolt of confidence.
"I think if I focus more on the middle of the fairways, I'd probably hit more fairways, but I'd also end up, probably if I did miss it, in the wrong spot".