Second-round leader Bryson DeChambeau had the confident stride of a pending victor with his first solo 36-hole lead as a pro - at least until the third round got going.
Kelly Kraft was on the projected cut line of even par with five holes to play Friday at the RBC Heritage at Harbour Town, but an astonishingly unlucky deflected led to a disastrous double-bogey at the par-3 14th.
DeChambeau, 24, earned his first PGA Tour win at the John Deere Classic last July and was runner-up to Rory McIlroy at the Arnold Palmer Invitational in March.
DeChambeau reached the green in two at the par-5 second and holed a 10-foot eagle putt, but never found the fairway in making bogey at the third.
He also sunk a knee-knocking, 12-footer for par on the 18th hole after his approach landed in a front-side bunker. "I simply tried to simplify what and wasn't even trying to hit on it simply put this get the greens".
He was the talk of golf two weeks back with his stunning play-off win at Houston Open where he made a 20-foot birdie putt on the 72nd hole to force a shootout, then beat Beau Hossler on the first extra hole to gain entrance to Augusta National.
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The 42-year-old briefly took the lead with a 16-foot birdie on the par 3 seventh.
Poulter moved out on his at own at 13 under by posting a six-footer at the 13th hole and closed out a blemish-free card along the closing stretch, with List firing a hat-trick of birdies from the 14th to ensure he will go out in the final group on Sunday.
'This might be the first time that I've played so well with a triple bogey, ' Kim said. "I have a great feel around the greens and I feel really confident around the greens".
"I was just happy to be able to play today", Sabbatini, who is 190th in the world rankings, told Golf Channel. "You have to be on your game", Poulter said. I feel like I can be more aggressive.