AK’s Army

Three young fans following Anthony Kim spelled out AK! with white placards they wore around their necks.

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Luke’s adventures

Luke Donald was 7 under for the day through 14 holes before shanking a shot on the par-3 15th, the course’s signature hole.

The ball went far right off the tee, into the rocky hill on the downhill hole which features water in front of the green. The ball bounced off the rocks and rolled down the hill into the pool of water.

Donald took a double bogey on the hole to drop back to 1 over for the tournament.

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Furious Furyk

Jim Furyk birdied three consecutive holes starting at No. 3 to move to 10 under and take a two-stroke lead over Anthony Kim.

Furyk three-putted for a bogey at No. 6, but Kim dropped a shot on the par-4 seventh to keep the two-stroke margin.

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Chevron update

None of the players in the final two twosomes Sunday birdied the first hole, generally one of the easiest on the course.

Jim Furyk made a birdie on the par-3 third to pull into a tie for first with Anthony Kim at 8 under. Vijay Singh and Steve Stricker are two back.

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Furyk won’t go wire-to-wire

First- and second-round leader Jim Furyk missed an opportunity lead the tournament from start to finish when he took a double-bogey 6 on the 18th hole after hitting his approach shot into the water in front of the green.

That dropped Furyk to 7 under, one stroke behind Anthony Kim.

Camilo Villegas, Steve Stricker and Vijay Singh are tied for third at 6 under heading into Sunday’s final round.

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AK grabs lead

Anthony Kim birdied the 10th, 12th and 14th holes to move into the lead at 8 under Saturday, one stroke ahead of Jim Furyk and two better than Vijay Singh.

Singh had an eagle and three birdies on the back nine to go from 1 under to 6 under.

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