Matt Kuchar looks simply unstoppable south of the border.
Kuchar fired 65 on moving day at El Camaleon and his 20-under total is a 54-hole record for the Mayakoba Classic. He’s built a hefty four-shot lead going into Sunday’s finale.
He’ll be tough to catch as he’s made very few mistakes — only two bogeys in 54 holes.
Whee Kim is closest to him at 16-under par. Cameron Champ was there as well until the final hole where he made bogey with a short iron in his hand. He caught a flier from the light rough then hit a poor chip from a testy lie over the green. His par putt came up five feet short and he missed to close with an ugly double. He fell from 16 to 14-under.
Rickie Werenski and Danny Lee will start the final round five back of Kuchar, who’s looking for his eighth tour victory.