Tony Finau carded a 68 on Saturday to maintain a four-stroke lead and tie the 54-hole tournament record at the Cadence Bank Houston Open.

Finau had a quiet round, carding only two birdies and turning in a clean sheet."That was a really good round," said Finau. "I don't think the score says it,

but I think I played better than yesterday. You know, I shot a 62 yesterday, but today I thought that 68 was pretty impressive for the conditions."

Finau is seeking his fifth career tour victory and third consecutive winning season. "I hit all 13 fairways today, which is something I've never done in my career on the PGA Tour,

I hit every fairway. So that was super important and I was able to make some birdies because of it."

Taylor made six birdies against a bogey to at least put himself in a position to claim his first tour win in his 45th start.

We definitely stole a few there and we hit some great shots and took advantage when we could and it was nice to steal one of the last two for a 65.”

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