Despite Justin Thomas’ continued domination of the field, it was Kevin Kisner who stole the show on Saturday at the Sony Open, coming within a single stroke of the second 59 of the tournament. Like Thomas on Thursday, Kisner started on the back nine, and came into the par-5 9th hole needing to make an eagle for 59. Kisner’s 9 foot putt for eagle drifted just too far right, but the 10-under score helped Kisner (who made the cut on the number Friday) jump 64 spots up the leaderboard into a tie for 6th place. Justin Thomas shot a 5-under 65 to bring him to 22-under for the tournament, and 7 strokes clear of Zach Johnson in second place. Justin Rose, Gary Woodland, and Hudson Swafford are tied for third place, all 8 shots back of Thomas at -14.
Check out highlights from the third round here: