But in addition to fighting off leader Clark, making only his 19th tour start in search of his first PGA crown, Singh must contend with those alongside him in second, first-win hopefuls Lee Kyoung-hoon of South Korea and American Keith Mitchell, with United States star Rickie Fowler another shot back on 205.
One stroke back were Australian Brad Kennedy and Japan's Rikuya Hoshino and Ryuko Tokimatsu who were tied for fifth.
In the third round of The Honda Classic 2019, Vijay Singh turned in a 5-under 65 to get to 6-under for the tournament, just one stroke off the lead heading into Sunday. He last won on the PGA Tour in 2008, when he won three times.
The 56-year-old former world number one made six birdies against a lone bogey to stand on six-under 204 after 54 holes at PGA National to share second place, one stroke behind U.S. leader Wyndham Clark.
Rickie Fowler moved into contention after shooting 4-under 66.
The first time Singh played the Honda was 1994. He mirrored his second-round score of 3-under 67 after firing off six birdies, five of which came on the front nine. He leads the field with 16 birdies through 54 holes. I just let it go and the swing was a lot more freer.
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He's using a longer putter, something he says Bernhard Langer talked him into trying.
"It's work, determination, believing in what I believe in", said Singh, who survived a super-windy Sunday to win the 1999 Honda at Herron Bay by two shots over Payne Stewart.
Winning Sunday would be a pretty good feeling as well. Sam Snead was 52 when he won the 1965 Greater Greensboro Open. Adam Schenk was assessed a two-stroke penalty Saturday for something that happened Friday; his caddie was behind him as Schenk lined up a shot in a bunker, and under golf's new rules that's not permitted. Sungjae Im shared the 36-hole lead with Mitchell but shot a 77 on Saturday and was 1 over.
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