Former Vol golfer Oliver Goss shot a 76 on Saturday and is tied for 15th at the Quicken Loans National.
Goss started the day tied for the lead, but a bogey on 11, double bogey on 12 and another bogey on 17 dropped him 14 spots.
This is Goss' second PGA Tour event since he turned pro.
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BETHESDA, Md. (AP) - Patrick Reed held it together better than anyone Saturday at steamy Congressional to build a two-shot lead in the Quicken Loans National.
Reed made three bogeys in a seven-hole stretch, but still managed an even-par 71 and was in good position to claim his third victory this year. He was at 6-under 207, two shots ahead of Seung-yul Noh (66), Freddie Jacobson (71) and Marc Leishman (73).
Noh finished the best score of the third round about the time leaders teed off. He wound up in the final group with Reed on Sunday.
Jacobson wasted a good start with a pair of 6s on the back nine.
Oliver Goss, in his second pro start, fell back with a three-putt double bogey. He had a 76 and was five shots behind.