Reed grabs 2-shot lead at Doral; Woods lurking
Miami, FL (SportsNetwork.com) - Patrick Reed carded a 3-under 69 on Saturday and that helped him move two strokes clear of the field after three rounds of the WGC-Cadillac Championship.
Reed, who won the Humana Challenge earlier this year, finished 54 holes at 4- under-par 212. This is the third time he has had the 54-hole lead on the PGA Tour, and Reed has gone on to win the first two times he was in that position.
Jason Dufner posted a 4-under 68 to move into a share of second place at minus-2. He was joined there by Hunter Mahan (71), who is a two-time World Golf Championship winner.
Defending champion Tiger Woods fired the low round of the day Saturday with his 6-under 66. That helped him jump 21 places into a tie for fourth at 1- under 215. He stands alongside Jamie Donaldson, who managed a 71 in round three.
Miguel Angel Jimenez (69), Zach Johnson (71) and Dustin Johnson (73) share sixth place at even-par 216.
Matt Kuchar, who shared the second-round lead with Reed, Mahan and Dustin Johnson, stumbled to his second straight 74, which dropped him into a tie for ninth at plus-1. He was joined there by Richard Sterne (70), Graeme McDowell (73), Jimmy Walker (67) and Bubba Watson (72).
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03/08 18:25:46 ET