Kelly Kraft misses cut after bird-affected double-bogey

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The talk leading up to the tournament was of the return of Johnson, the SC native who grew up about three hours northwest of here yet had not played in the Palmetto State's lone PGA Tour stop since 2009.

Poulter let it out once more to move in front.

List took off with three straight birdies on Nos. He made a birdie at 17 to get back to 1-over par, but was unable to put himself inside the cut line.

"I'm figuring out a lot of great things that are helping me on the golf course", he said.

Kim quickly erased the error from his mind - and the scorecard - with birdies on the next three holes to regain his lost shots. I can start attacking pins and just play free golf. Sabbatini said he hurt his back on Sunday while practicing for this event. He received treatment every day since and chose to go as long as he good. He fell back with bogey on No. 12 and could not catch Poulter down the stretch.

"It's kind of a dumb rule that you can't re-tee there", Kraft said.

Sabbatini surpassed his previous Harbour Town low of 66 in the 2009 final round when he tied for eighth, his best showing in eight previous appearances.

Two week after winning to become the last man to qualify for this year's Masters, Ian Poulter is in place to be one of the first players to guarantee his berth in next year's Augusta major. DeChambeau's certain his play at Harbour Town is simply the next step in his progress to the top.

However, Johnson - despite playing off his weaker side - hit a superb chip to knock the ball within two feet before putting for par.

The victor will receive a tartan jacket and $1.2 million.

"We'll see if we have a last bit of plaid to put in the closet", said a grinning Poulter, referring to the tartan jacket giving the victor at Harbour Town Golf Links. "And when you're in that position, sometimes the game feels easy when sometimes it isn't". "To come from last week where getting on the green doesn't mean much, you still have a lot of work to go". He tied for 38th at last week's U.S. Masters.

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