Seamus Power has faded down the leaderboard
Graeme McDowell is four shots off the lead coming into the final day at the Wells Fargo Championship, with Shane Lowry trailing just one stroke behind.
A brace of birdies on the back nine, along with further birdies on holes 3, 6, and 7, has left McDowell in a strong position to challenge the American leader Patrick Reed in the final round.
Meanwhile, Lowry has recovered from a disappointing 3-over 75 in the opening round, to climb over 100 places on the leaderboard, with a 3-under 68 in the third round.
Three birdies in the first four holes of the third round, culminated in him going to 4-under on two occasions on the back-nine. His form dipped slightly on the turn, and three bogeys saw him drop to 3-under.
After a promising start to the tournament, Seamus Power has faded away to five-over 77, to leave him on even par overall. The Olympian had a front-nine to forget, which included a double-bogey on the fourth hole, along with bogey shots either side.
Reed, who holds a one-stroke lead, is seeking a sixth PGA Tour title in the North Carolina tournament.