Jonas Blixt birdied six of the last seven holes Saturday for a 5-under 66 and a share of the third-round lead with Ryan Moore and Brendon de Jonge in the Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children Open in Las Vegas.
Moore had a bogey-free 65, and de Jonge birdied four of the last five for a 66 to match Blixt at 19-under 194 in the PGA Tour's Fall Series opener at TPC Summerlin.
Meanwhile, John Daly, tied for sixth at 10 under after a 63 on Friday, had a 15-over 86 to drop to last among the 72 players who made the cut. He had a quadruple bogey, a triple bogey, two double bogeys, six bogeys and two birdies.
"I can't remember a time when I had a stretch of so many bad holes, where I hit a couple bad shots but didn't really hit that many bad shots," Daly said. "This course, everybody shoots low, but there's times where nothing goes right."
Jimmy Walker (66) and Tim Herron (68) were five shots back.
The second Fall Series event is the Frys.com Open, which begins Thursday at CordeValle in San Martin.
European Tour: Branden Grace shot a 3-under 69 at Carnoustie (Scotland) to take a four-stroke lead at the Dunhill Links Championship.
The South African was at 20-under 196 after a remarkable 60 in the first round at Kingsbarns. Grace led by six shots before a double-bogey 6 on No. 15 when he drove into a fairway bunker.
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U.S. Ryder Cup player Dustin Johnson (67) made the 5-under cut for the final round with a shot to spare on the Old Course at St. Andrews. European Ryder Cup players Martin Kaymer and Peter Hanson shot 69s to make the cut. Kaymer was tied with Johnson at 210, a shot ahead of Hanson.
Olympic swimming great Michael Phelps, playing with partner Paul Casey, failed to make the cut pro-am cut. Phelps holed an astonishing 153-foot putt Friday.
Champions Tour: Steve Pate and Fred Funk shot 3-under 69s to share the second-round lead at 8-under 136 in the SAS Championship in Cary, N.C. Funk birdied four of the last seven holes. Jay Don Blake (70) and Andrew Magee (70) were a shot back. Larry Nelson, at age 65, shot a 66 for 138 total.
Web.com Tour: Josh Persons shot a 1-under 69 at TPC Potomac at Avenel Farm (Md.) and led the Neediest Kids Championship. Persons' 8-under 202 total was one stroke better than childhood friend Tom Hoge (69).
Wire services contributed to this report.