Disciplined Anirban Lahiri lying at 3-under, Matt Kuchar holds lead

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Keith Mitchell fired a seven-under 63 and is tied for third with Chez Reavie (66) on 196.

Meanwhile, Canadian rookie Adam Svensson, who opened with a 61 to take a first-round lead Thursday, followed with a 74 to fall nine shots behind American Matt Kuchar.

"Last year I probably ground harder than I've done in the past", he said.

Round of the day: Bryson DeChambeau carded eight birdies to shoot 7-under 63, which is tied for the best score of his young PGA Tour career. Needing to birdie the last four holes to qualify for the weekend, Spieth ran off two birdies, missed a 10-foot birdie putt and then narrowly missed chipping in for eagle.

A strong Sunday in Hawaii would make Kuchar a two-time victor on the 2018-19 PGA Tour season very quickly.

The strangest round belonged to Reavie, who made more eagles than birdies in his round of 65.

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At the 204-yard par-3 fourth, Putnam hit a tee shot 166 yards at the green, setting himself up for the 13-foot putt for birdie. He has made only one bogey through 54 holes, and he only came seriously close to one on Saturday, saving par from the bunker on the par-3 17th.

However Kuchar has gained three shots through 11 holes to be 17 under and he leads by two strokes from Andrew Putman, while several other players are making big moves on the Waialae Country Club course.

He returns in two weeks at Torrey Pines. "I wanted to do better on the back nine", said Imahira, whose second round also included a bogey on No. 2.

"Honestly, I didn't think about it at all until after the third one went in", Reavie added. Never expected it to go in. "It's always a surprise when I it disappears". (68) and Marc Leishman (68) are also in the bunch at 11-under. He went one better at Waialae at 18-under 192. Check in for highlights from every tournament plus player interviews, player profiles, tournament previews, swing analysis and all the greatest shots and wonderful moments.

"It was unusual", the 37-year-old American told Golf Channel at Waialae Country Club in Honolulu, where he trailed leader Matt Kuchar by four shots.

Kuchar sometimes comes to Hawaii with his wife and two kids even when he's not playing golf. He felt as though he was grinding too hard, and that's not a trait he wears well.

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