Eyeing a record-equalling fifth Pebble Beach Pro-Am win, Phil Mickelson will have to return on Monday to see out a victory.
Paul Casey started the day in a five-way tie for first place, but the Englishman ended Saturday atop the leaderboard following his 67.
Phil Mickelson, Lucas Glover, Scott Langley, Paul Casey and Jordan Spieth are all 10 under heading into Saturday.
As Jordan Spieth missed the cut, Matt Kuchar moved into the lead at the Sony Open in Hawaii.
Chez Reavie holds a slender advantage at Nine Bridges after starting the CJ Cup with a four-under 68.
Bronson Burgoon is a surprise leader of the CIMB Classic while two-time champion Justin Thomas made a promising start.
Sergio Garcia's poor 2018 form led many to question his place on Europe's Ryder Cup team, but Thomas Bjorn knew better, writes Chris Devine.
There are 12 points up for grabs in the Sunday singles at the Ryder Cup, with Team USA facing a four-point deficit at Le Golf National.
Omnisport runs the rule over the 12 singles matches that will decide the Ryder Cup, with Europe strong favourites to prevail.
Sunday's singles matches at Le Golf National include McIlroy v Thomas, Rahm v Woods, Olesen v Spieth and Molinari v Mickelson.