Ancer takes 1-shot lead over DeChambeau at TPC Boston NEW

From left to right tournament volunteers Al Cameron Gunnar Nordahl Jim Miskel and Diane Fuore

From left to right tournament volunteers Al Cameron Gunnar Nordahl Jim Miskel and Diane Fuore

Bryson DeChambeau fired an 8-under 63 on Sunday to tie the week's lowest score and is one shot off Ancer's pace, along with Tyrrell Hatton of England, who survived an up-and-down round to finish with a 69.

Englishman Hatton (69) joined DeChambeau on 12-under with a birdie at the last, where he nearly holed his wedge approach shot at the end of an eventful day.

Both are two shots behind Ancer.

"To play as well as I did, that's something I'll never forget", DeChambeau said.

Hatton's Ryder Cup team-mate Justin Rose shot a one-under-par 70 and is tied in fourth place with 25-year-old Australian Cameron Smith.

He didn't have to see a leaderboard or the playoff projections to know he was making up ground in his quest to play the Tour Championship, which includes the top 30 players from the points list after next week's BMW Championship.

Ten players are within four shots of the lead heading to the final round.

The 27-year-old - ranked 92nd in the FedEx Cup standings before the tournament started - suffered a bogey on the hard par-four 12th, but got the shot back with a birdie on 15. I was a little nervous, for sure.

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Hatton had earlier assumed the lead, but faltered on the 12th when an unfortunate bounce off a cart track lead to a lost ball and a double-bogey.

Former world number one Spieth - the 2015 FedEx Cup champion - had five birdies and two bogeys for a three-under-par 68 and a share of eighth position alongside McIlroy, Tony Finau (67) and Beau Hossler (68).

More than being six shots behind, Woods has to climb past 15 players.

"I got the putter rolling on the front nine". He played in the group ahead of Woods in the third round of the Quicken Loans National, heard the cheers and delivered a 62 that hardly anyone saw.

Overnight leader Webb Simpson, meanwhile, suffered on his way to a 76 that left him seven strokes back on six under.

He didn't play his best from the final group, but it wouldn't have mattered with Francesco Molinari closing with a 62.

Even with seven birdies and a 65, Ancer missed three birdie chances inside 10 feet, including a 5-footer on the par-5 18th.

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