One bad swing by Adam Scott led to two balls in the water on the same hole Saturday in the PGA Tour's Honda Classic. Even with a quadruple bogey, he managed to be satisfied with a 4-under 66 and a share of the lead with Sergio Garcia.

A breezy afternoon ended at PGA National with two players whose fortunes changed mightily in the final hour.

Scott looked better than ever, three shots ahead going to the tee on the par-3 15th. About 20 minutes later, he was one shot behind Garcia.

"Pretty costly," Scott said. "But fortunately, I had a couple shots to spare. Hopefully, it won't cost me too big in the grand scheme of things."

Garcia lost the lead with a bogey from the bunker on the 17th, and caught Scott with a short birdie on the 18th for a 67.

They were at 9-under 201.

Blayne Barber had a 69 and was four shots behind.

• Jason Bohn's "mild" heart attack turned out to be much more. Bohn, 42, had a stent inserted Saturday for what he said was 99 percent blockage of a major artery. When Bohn suffered the heart attack Friday, the PGA Tour initially said it was a mild heart attack and he was in stable condition.

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Pulled up lame: Former Ohio State quarterback Cardale Jones, whose draft stock took another hit when he pulled up injured on his second 40-yard dash attempt at the NFL's scouting combine.

Took/evaded the blame: Cleveland's Abraham Almonte, who said it's his fault he was suspended for 80 games but that he doesn't know how an illegal substance got into his body.

Put in a quick hour: Evelyn Stevens, who broke one of cycling's revered records when she covered just less than 30 miles in an hour ride on the Olympic Training Center Velodrome.

Stayed out of trouble: Kyle Busch, who won the Xfinity Georgia 250 at Atlanta Motor Speedway the day after he was knocked off the Sprint Cup pole because his car failed inspection.

HOrse racing

Mohaymen stays perfect on road to Derby

Mohaymen remained perfect Saturday, improving his record to 5-for-5 with a relatively easy win in the Grade 2, $400,000 Fountain of Youth at Gulfstream Park in Florida in what will likely be his next-to-last tuneup before the Kentucky Derby.

Mohaymen finished the 1 1⁄16 miles in 1 minute, 42.84 seconds, prevailing by 2 ¼ lengths. He now has 70 points in the Kentucky Derby qualifying standings, more than enough to assure a spot in the Run for the Roses if he remains sound.

"I've got the best horse today, and he makes my job very easy," jockey Junior Alvarado said.

Zulu picked up 20 points for second, putting him in good position on the Derby trail as well.

Golf

Thompson takes LPGA Thailand lead

Lexi Thompson shot an 8-under 64 in the third round of the LPGA Thailand in Chonburi to establish a four-stroke lead over Korean In Gee Chun at Siam Country Club.

The fourth-ranked American made nine birdies — against a lone bogey on the 16th — for an overall 16-under 200.

Chun carded three birdies on both the front and back nine for a 6-under 66.

AROUND THE HORN

Men's tennis: Stan Wawrinka defeated Marcos Baghdatis 6-4, 7-6 (13) to win the Dubai Championships in the United Arab Emirates. The victory is Wawrinka's second title of the year.

Women's tennis: Carla Suarez Navarro won her second career WTA title when she rallied past Jelena Ostapenko 1-6, 6-4, 6-4 in the Qatar Open in Doha.

Baseball: The Arizona Diamondbacks signed 33-year-old infielder/outfielder Rickie Weeks to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.

Skeleton: Martins Dukurs of Latvia powered to his seventh straight overall World Cup title when he won the final race of the season in Koeniggsee, Germany. Dukurs won seven of eight races this season.

Auto racing: John Hunter Nemechek emerged from the carnage that took out the frontrunners to win the NASCAR Truck series Georgia 200 at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Matt Crafton led much of the race, but he and Daniel Suarez, who was running second, were taken out in a crash with 19 laps to go.

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6When Yoenis Cespedes arrived Saturday at Mets spring training for his sixth day of workouts, he pulled up with a sixth different vehicle, an Avorza Polaris Slingshot three-wheel motorcycle. His fleet the rest of the week: a Ford F-250, another Polaris Slingshot, a Lamborghini Aventador, an Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione and a Jeep Wrangler, all heavily customized by a famed Florida company, the Auto Firm. The Lamborghini, with its special outfitting, is worth nearly $400,000.