Kisner, Brown move into lead at Zurich Classic

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The duo from SC backed up their strong first and second-round performance with an eight-under 64 in Saturday's best-ball format, giving them a one-stroke lead heading into the final round.

That means Sunday's final round, which begins at 9:35 a.m., could be a free-for-all, with 18 teams sitting within five shots of the lead.

The Zurich Classic, which switched to a team tournament a year ago, has suddenly become one of the PGA Tour season's most entertaining stops. Kisner made a 95-foot chip for eagle on the final hole previous year, forcing a sudden-death playoff that they lost on the fourth hole to Cameron Smith and Jonas Blixt. Bubba Watson and Matt Kuchar, who shot 67 on Friday in alternate shot, could only manage a 68 in better ball and were seven shots back.

"Alternate shot is a whole different animal", Finau said. "So hopefully, I can iron a few things out here on the range and give him some more help (Sunday)".

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Masters champion Patrick Reed and Patrick Cantlay are still in contention after shooting a 71.

English pairing Tommy Fleetwood and Chris Paisley, who were three off the first round lead, struggled to replicate their first-round showing in a disappointing three-under 75, which incredibly included an ace from the European No 1 at the par-three third.

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Spieth and partner Ryan Palmer were lying at eight under heading into the last two holes, but they finished with back-to-back double bogeys after Spieth hit the water on 17 and 18.

However, Spieth and Thomas are both out of the running.

"I cost our team an opportunity, which, you know, really sucks given how hard we fought today". "It's not a good feeling". "It's obviously a big tournament, but it's kind of just good fun having a good friend alongside you and a really good player as well". PGA Championship victor Justin Thomas and Bud Cauley shot a 70.

US Open champion Brooks Koepka, who missed almost four months due to a torn left wrist ligament, marked his return with a 67 with Marc Turnesa. So did teammate Lucas Glover.

Both Irishmen shot 5 birdies each in the fourball format yesterday and they trail the joint leaders Chez Reavie and Lucas Glover of the U.S. and Zecheng Dou and Xinjun Zhang of China.

Kim and Putnam, also at 19-under after Saturday's 5-under 66, agreed a lull in the middle of the round kept a good day from a great one.

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