What it means: Bohn finished second last week at the Sanderson Farms and has successfully taken his hot play south of the border. Over his last 126 holes, dating back to the start of last week's event, Bohn is 29 under with a whopping 60 one-putts. The 42-year-old has a second-place finish in each of his last four PGA Tour seasons but is in search of his first win since the 2010 Zurich Classic. Bohn actually held a three-shot lead heading into the 18th hole, but his bogey combined with a Stefani birdie wittled that margin down to a single shot.
Round of the day: Andres Gonzales turned in a 5-under 65 Saturday, trading just one bogey against six birdies. Gonzales rattled off four in a row from Nos. 4-7 after dropping a shot at the second.
Best of the rest: Stefani is Bohn’s closest pursuer but gave away two valuable shots down the stretch. Four under through his first 15 holes, Stefani appeared to have trouble holding onto his club as the rain picked up late in his round, resulting in bogeys on 16 and 17. He bounced back with a long birdie putt on 18 to close with a 3-under 68. Behind Gonzales' long round by a shot, Bohn, Hoffman, Kelly and Lee all carded 4-under 67s.
Biggest disappointment: Overnight leader Michael Putnam got through the front nine in even par before blowing up for a 6-over 41 on the back. A bogey at the 12th was his first non-par of the day, but a double at 16 and a triple at 17 dropped him all the way down to 26th place, nine shots behind Bohn.
Storyline to watch: Seven players, none of whom are exactly dominant names on Tour, sit within four shots of the lead, making Sunday a wide-open race to the finish. Bohn will be looking for his third PGA Tour victory, as the group behind him - from young guys like Lee to veterans like Kelly and Duke - give chase.