Its his best round of the week and one stroke off the field-best round of 61, which Zach Johnson and Jim Herman both recorded Saturday.Despite a bogey on No. 7, Kims round was nearly best from start to complete. He played the back 9 bogey-free with four birdies, which set him up with a two-stroke lead heading into Sunday.On his tail are Rob Oppenheim and Doc Redman, who shot 62 and 63 respectively in Round 3, both of whom sit T2 at 16 under. Twelve golf players in overall are within six strokes of the lead.The winner at the Wyndham Championship in each of the last four years has reached at least 21 under, including Kims 21 under through four rounds that won him the event in 2016.

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