Fowler grabs 4-shot lead at Honda Classic

Rickie Fowler walked the walk Saturday at the Honda Classic, after saying it was time for him to start winning golf tournaments Friday evening.

Fowler posted a 5-under 65 to lead Tyrrell Hatton by four shots entering Sunday’s final round, and seeks his first PGA Tour win since September 2015.

The 28-year-old made five birdies and no bogeys in his round, mostly due to a hot putter and another solid day with the driver.

“Yeah I know I have a lead and it’s going to be nice to go out in front,” Fowler told Steve Sands of the Golf Channel. “But a lot of golf to be played, especially around this place.”

Stats Round 3 Total
Score -5
Total 65
Birdies 5
Pars 13
Bogeys 0
Fairways hit 10/14
Greens hit 11/18
Putts per GIR 1.727
** Fowler one-putted 10 times Saturday

Hatton moved into solo second place at 9-under, thanks to a 4-under round of 66. Martin Kaymer, Emiliano Grillo, Sean O’Hair, Gary Woodland, and Wesley Bryan each sit two shots back of Hatton at 7-under.

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