Englishman Paul Casey will take a three-shot lead into the final round of the AT&T Stone Beach Pro-Am.
The 41-year-old globe number 24, that has 2 PGA titles, started the day linked for the lead and carded a five-under 67 at Spyglass Hill to reach 15 under.
Four-time winner Phil Mickelson had a mixed 70 at Stone Beach and has single property of second place.
Scot Russell Knox is six back after a 68, with North Ireland’s Graeme McDowell a more two strokes adrift.
Three-time major champion Jordan Spieth, that had to complete two openings early in the morning at Spyglass Hill complying with Friday’s suspension of play because of bad weather condition, is alongside McDowell at 7 under after 2 double bogeys in his two-over 74.
Mickelson, 48, made his 500th cut on the PGA Tour and also taped an amazing eagle on the 14th after a four-iron from 239 lawns to 3 feet, however had three bogeys in his opening 9 openings.
Rivals play a round each at Stone Coastline, Monterey’s Coast program and Spyglass Hill over the very first 3 days.
Sunday’s last round for the leading 60 and connections is played specifically at the epic Stone Beach lay-out.