Doral: Anirban Lahiri handled the Blue Monster here much better with three birdies on the back nine, and it fetched him his best card of the week at two-over 74, but he continued to lie way down in tied 70th place at the World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship.
The 27-year-old Indian, who has attracted a lot of attention, including a lot of praise from the captain of the International Team for President's Cup, Nick Price, is now 14-over for 54 holes after cards of 80, 76 and 74.
Other Asian Tour players, Thongchai Jaidee (80-73-76) was tied 69th, and David Lipsky (74-73-76) was tied 57th.
Meanwhile, the leader from the start, J B Holmes' stayed way out in the front, despite starting and ending the day with a bogey.
Holmes also aced the par-3 fourth and as the weather worsened late in the round he added four straight birdies to shoot 2-under 70 and take a five-stroke lead with one round to go.
Bubba Watson and Dustin Johnson, who also had a hole-in-one on the same hole, are tied for second, while Ryan Moore is another stroke back.
On a Trump National Doral that has played over par each of the first three days, Holmes has put on quite a display.
Holmes is one of the longest hitters in the game and has routinely used that to his advantage this week. He ranks third in driving distance at 320 yards a pop. He has also putted well and on Saturday needed just 26 putts.
He is now within hand-shaking distance of his first WGC title. Prior to this year, he hadn't played in this event since 2010.