Kim and Molder finished in knotted for first after both made exciting par saves on the 18th hole. Kim landed in the fairway but his approach shot barely avoided a water hazard and stopped 90 feet from the stick. His birdie putt try when seven feet past the hole, but holed the comebacker for par.
Molder, meanwhile, drove into the water on 18, and after his penalty drop, converted a 14-foot putt to save par and stay atop the leaderboard with Kim.
Lee Westwood (72), Jeff Maggert (70) and Graham DeLaet (71) were tied for fifth place at seven-under 209.
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