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With a 65, Ryan Moore managed to close the gap and pull into a three-way tie for the lead.
After three days, there are three golfers tied for the lead at the Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children Open, each five strokes ahead of the rest of the field at TPC Summerlin in Las Vegas.
With a 65 on the day, Ryan Moore of the United States made up the stroke necessary to gain a share of the lead with Jonas Blixt of Sweden and Brendon de Jonge of Zimbabwe, who each shot a 66. Moore managed to avoid bogeys for the entire round, sinking six birdies to close the gap.
The top score of the day though, belonged to American Jason Bohn and Australian Jason Day, who entered the day tied and remained tied as each shot a 64 to move up 40 spots on the leaderboard and climb to a tie for the No. 6 spot.
Bohn, who started his day on the back nine, managed five straight birdies in the middle of his round and hit three more, to make up for back-to-back bogeys on his first two holes.
Sunday will be the last day of competition in the tournament with Moore, Blixt and de Jonge each 19 strokes under par with Jimmy Walker and Tim Herron the next on the leaderboard at 15 strokes under par.