Third round of the Travelers Championship

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Jay Williamson made birdies on 13 and 15 to take a one-shot lead heading into Sunday. "It was not an easy day, thank God I hit it in the fairway," Williamson said. "My putter is a little suspect right now, but I really feel good over the ball. If I can make some putts tomorrow, I like my chances."
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Ryan Moore was near the lead until he made a double bogey on 17 and a bogey on 18.
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Singh and Brad Faxon walked from the fourth tee after hitting their drives.
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Nick O'Hern made a bogey on 18, but he still shot a four-under 66 to finish at seven under. "Tomorrow I'm not sure what the conditions are going to be like," O'Hern said. "But I'm playing well and I've given myself a chance, and that's all I can hope for."
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Woody Austin played his second shot from the water on 15. He made a bogey and finished with a 71.
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Fred Funk, right, and his caddie Mark Long surveyed a shot on No. 18. Funk shot a 67 and is three shots back. "I've been hitting the ball pretty good," Funk said. "The putter hasn't been all that great, and then it started clicking there at the end. You're only as good as that putt stick."
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David Toms bogeyed 16 and 17 to finish at nine under. "I got the putter working pretty good, and then hit a couple of bad shots toward the end of the round that cost me a couple of bogeys," Toms said. "Overall it was a good day."
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Vijay Singh shot a 66 to move to five under.
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Hunter Mahan made five straight pars coming in to shoot 67. Mahan will join Williamson in Sunday's final pairing. "I'm super excited," Mahan said. "I just have to go there and control my emotions and not let the situation control me; just play golf and play shots the best I can."
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Chris DiMarco made two double bogeys on the back nine to shoot 74 and fall out of contention.