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The Tour Report

January 22 2012

4:11 PM

Wilson’s lead now just one

LA QUINTA, Calif. -- The game's on. Mark Wilson's three-stroke advantage is now just one after three holes of the Humana Challenge.

The gap narrowed when Wilson's tee shot on the third hole, a 182-yard par 3, veered well right of the green. He ended up missing a 14-footer for par to drop back to 20 under.

Meanwhile, Wilson's playing partner, Robert Garrigus, had rolled in an 8-footer at the first hole to move to 19 under. The birdie was Garrigus' 19th in his last 33 holes.

Playing in the penultimate group, Brandt Snedeker joined Garrigus at 19 under when he got up and down from the greenside bunker at the second hole, making a 9-footer for birdie.