Russell Henley settled for a bogey-free 33-34=67 in the third round of the Sony Open, but is no longer alone atop the leaderboard.
It's no surprise the rookie cooled off after opening with back-to-back 63s, and he is now joined by 18-hole leader and fellow rookie Scott Langley at 17-under 193. The duo is three clear of Tim Clark and share the 54-hole scoring record at the Sony Open. Henley got on the board with a 17'7" birdie on the second and added another from 9'2" on the eighth. He would have to wait until the 18th for his third, and final birdie when he two-putted the par-5 18th. With 54 holes complete, he has just one bogey on the card.