The threesome combined to shoot 13 over par in the third round of the Farmers Insurance Open.
Call it reverse mojo.
Spieth, who began the day at 10 under, shot 75 and found himself in the best position, just one shot off Gary Woodland’s lead.
Colsaerts was threatening until he rinsed his second shot on the par-5 finishing hole. He shot 75, which included uncharacteristic bogeys on three of the four par 5s, and is now tied for sixth, three shots behind.
Out of contention now is Cink, who plummeted down the leaderboard with a third-round 79. After an eagle on the par-5 sixth, he came home in 42 to drop all the way to joint 27th. Cink is still searching for his first top-3 finish since his unlikely British Open victory in 2009.