World No. 31 Ian Poulter tossed up a bogey-free, 4-under-par 34-33=67 in the third round of the RBC Heritage to reach 13-under 200, up one spot on the day and good for the 54-hole lead by one over Luke List and Si Woo Kim, who he'll be grouped with in the final threesome on Sunday.
A ideal Rory Sabbatini held a twoshot lead right after the very first round of this RBC Heritage in sc on Thursday just hours after having unsure whether he'd be fit to perform with.
Kuchar, who also started on the back nine, birdied his final two holes to join a group sitting two shots off the lead, while Huh fired a six-under 30 over an electric front nine in which he made four birdies along with an eagle at the par-five fifth.
"This might be the first time I played so well with a triple bogey", Kim said through a translator. He was imposed a two-shot penalty for touching sand with his hand in a bunker while thinking he was on the greenside fringe.
'This might be the first time that I've played so well with a triple bogey, ' Kim said.
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"It cost me the cut, most likely", Kraft said.
Kim answered with birdies on his next three holes, an eight-footer at 15, a four-footer at 16 and a tap-in at the par-3 17th.
He was the talk of golf two weeks back with his stunning play-off win at Houston Open where he made a 20-foot birdie putt on the 72nd hole to force a shootout, then beat Beau Hossler on the first extra hole to gain entrance to Augusta National. "Around here, you've got to hole some putts if you want to compete, " he said. "I have a great feel around the greens and I feel really confident around the greens". I feel like I can be more aggressive.
"I was just happy to be able to play today", Sabbatini, who is 190th in the world rankings, told Golf Channel.
Chasson Hadley, past RBC Heritage victor Brandt Snedeker, Luke List and first-round leader Rory Sabbatini are two strokes back.