Defending champion Jimmy Walker one-putted his last 11 holes Saturday on his way to an eight-under-par 62 and a two-shot lead at the
Walker putted like he did on Sunday last year at Waialae. That gave him a victory. This only gave him a chance to become the first player since
With his 16th consecutive round in the 60s in Hawaii, Walker was at 16-under 194.
Walker had a share of the lead going into the final round at Kapalua last week in the Tournament of Champions and lost in a playoff.
Seeking a fourth title in eight years in Abu Dhabi, Kaymer shot a seven-under 65 in the third round to extend his overnight lead from one stroke to six. He moved to 20-under 196 overall -- a record-low total here after 54 holes.