Jim Furyk, who tied the course record with a 63 on Friday, followed it up with a bogey-free 65 and pulled away to a three-stroke lead after 54 holes of the RBC Canadian Open. Here's how things stand after three rounds in Montreal.
Round of the day: Tim Clark shot a 6-under 64, starting birdie-eagle and finishing birdie-birdie.
Shot of the day: Clark holed out from the fairway for eagle on the par-4 second hole.
Biggest disappointment: Tim Petrovic, seeking his first win since 2005, started the third round tied with Furyk but shot a 2-over 72 to fall seven strokes off the pace. Canada's best hope for a native-son winner, Graham DeLaet, started the day two shots behind Furyk but shot even-par 70, three-putting his final hole for a bogey. He trails by seven.
Main storyline heading into Sunday: Furyk, 44, been in this position many times before, and none of the closest challengers have anything close to his pedigree. Long-putter-wielding Clark hasn't won since May 2010 and Stanley's only win came in 2012, a week after he blew a three-shot lead on the final hole.