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Oliver Goss shot a 66 Friday in the Quicken Loans National, putting him in a tie for first with Patrick Reed, Ricky Barnes and Marc Leishman at 6 under.
Patrick Reed holds a two-shot lead at the Quicken Loans National at Congressional heading into the final round.
Consecutive weekends qualifying for a tournament on a sponsor's exemption will not make Oliver Goss, who turned professional just two weeks ago, a household name. Rounds like the one he had Friday at the Quicken Loans National, however, could go a long way in defining the accomplished former amateur's career.
David Duval gets only limited chances on the PGA Tour these days, much different than 15 years ago when he was the No. 1 player in the world.
The Australian was alone at 5-under before the wind curtailed his momentum and started a free-fall. After he took the lead with birdie on No. 3, Leishman carded five bogeys and two double-bogeys from No. 4 to No. 13, losing nine strokes in a 10-hole stretch.
Tiger Woods was right. The South Course at Torrey Pines is playing about as tough as it did for the U.S. Open in 2008.
HONOLULU (AP) — Fans soaking up the sun along the shores of Oahu took home plenty of memories Friday in the Sony Open, the least of which was Brian Stuard atop the leaderboard with this fourth straight round of 65 at Waialae.