(Reuters) – Matt Kuchar went bogey-free again to earn a two-stroke lead over Andrew Putnam after the third round at the Sony Open in Hawaii on Saturday.
An inability to birdie the par-five 18th, where he hit a poor third shot, was the only minor complaint Kuchar had after a four-under-par 66 at Waialae Country Club in Honolulu.
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He recorded an 18-under 192 total, while Putnam drained a birdie at the last for a 67 to go 16-under.
Fellow American Keith Mitchell matched the day’s best score, a seven-birdie 63, to jump into a tie for third with Chez Reavie (66), four shots behind Kuchar, who has made just one bogey through 54 holes.
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“It’s not often you feel like you know what you’re doing with your swing and the ball’s reacting the way you want it to and you’re able to maneuver the ball the way you want,” Kuchar told reporters.
“It doesn’t happen near as often as most people think.”
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