World number one Justin Rose maintained his three-shot lead at the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines on Saturday despite making three big errors during his third round, Sky Sports report.
The Englishman carded two double-bogeys at the fourth and 14th before finding the water at the last to end with a bogey, leaving him on the 54-hole tournament record at 18 under.
The 38-year-old could have been out of sight heading into the final round on Sunday after producing some incredible golf in between his mistakes.
Rose had six birdies and an eagle on his card and is three shots ahead of nearest competitor Australian Adam Scott, who produced seven birdies and an eagle in his five-under-par 65.
Spaniard Jon Rahm is just four behind Rose, Northen Irishman Rory McIlroy enters the final round on 11 under, seven behind Rose, while American Tiger Woods sits way back on five under in his first tournament of 2019.