What it means: Na won his first professional event at the 2002 Volvo Masters in Malaysia, and he has a chance to win his second PGA Tour title. But he'll have to contend with a strong leaderboard which includes Moore, the defending champion, and world No. 4 Garcia.
Round of the day: Brendon de Jonge, who lost in a playoff at the McGladrey, made eight birdies and a bogey for a 7-under 65 to move into a tie for ninth.
Best of the rest: Woodland lost to Moore in playoff last year in Malaysia, and he's right back in the mix after a third-round 66.
Biggest disappointment: Westwood had a share of the lead early in the third round, but he shot a back-nine 40 to drop all the way down to a tie for 18th.
Main storyline heading into Sunday: All eyes will be on Garcia as he tries to win for the second time in 2014, but with rain softening the golf course expect plenty of low numbers from the contenders.