Defending champion Jimmy Walker one-putted his last 11 holes Saturday on his way to an 8-under 62 and a two-shot lead in the PGA Tour's Sony Open in Honolulu.
Walker has a chance to become the first player since Ernie Els in 2004 to successfully defend at the Sony Open.
With his 16th consecutive round in the 60s in Hawaii, Walker was at 16-under 194.
Matt Kuchar birdied two of his last three holes for a 68 and was two shots behind.
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.
•Australian player Robert Allenby was robbed, beaten and dumped in a park after disappearing from a bar Friday in Honolulu. Allenby said he and his caddie were in a wine bar and got separated. Allenby's next memory is of being found in a park 6 miles away, with bruises and scrapes on his forehead and nose. He was missing cash, cellphone and credit cards. He said a retired military man found him and gave him taxi fare to return to his hotel.
•Martin Kaymer turned what promised to be an exciting weekend duel with Rory McIlroy into a procession at the Abu Dhabi Championship in the United Arab Emirates. Seeking a fourth title in eight years in Abu Dhabi, Kaymer shot a 7-under 65 in the third round to extend his overnight lead from one stroke to six. He moved to 20-under 196 overall.
Arrested and suspended: Greg Anthony, CBS basketball commentator, who was charged with soliciting a prostitute in Washington. CBS and Turner Sports both suspended him.
Punished: UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones, fined $25,000 for failing a drug test. He tested positive for cocaine Jan. 3 but was allowed to fight Daniel Cormier anyway.
Got there first: Nasser Al-Attiyah, Qatar driver who won the Dakar Rally in Argentina for the second time. He is the seventh to win multiple titles in the car division.
Weather holds back Vonn again
A women's World Cup downhill scheduled for Saturday in Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy, was postponed because of heavy snowfall, delaying Lindsey Vonn's pursuit for the all-time wins record again.
Organizers moved the downhill to Sunday and a super-G that had been scheduled for Sunday to Monday.
Vonn, from Burnsville, needs one win to match Annemarie Moser-Proell's record of 62 victories.
Vonn tweeted her sorrows: "Way too much snow. Hoping tomorrow it will be clear #backtobed"
Neureuther wins when Hirscher falters
•Felix Neureuther took advantage of a rare mistake by Marcel Hirscher of Austria to win a World Cup slalom in Wengen, Switzerland, and regain the lead in the discipline standings. Hirscher, the world champion from Austria, skied out of a slalom event for the first time in three seasons.
Wrigley bleachers won't be ready
The Chicago Cubs say the new Wrigley Field bleachers won't be ready for the April 5 season opener.
The left- and right-field bleachers are being replaced as part of a five-year overhaul of the ballpark that turned 100 last season.
Carl Rice, Cubs vice president of ballpark operations, said the left-field bleachers won't be ready until early May and the right-field ones in late May.
About 1,000 season-ticket holders can choose to get a full refund for games before May 11, a credit or relocate to the grandstand.
Diamondbacks land Cuban pitcher
•The Arizona Diamondbacks reached an agreement with 21-year-old Cuban pitching prospect Yoan Lopez, a 6-4 right-hander who played three seasons in Cuba's top league, going 15-13 with a 3.76 ERA.
AROUND THE HORN
College football: Michigan hired former football and track star Tyrone Wheatley to coach running backs for his alma mater.
NFL: Indianapolis running back Trent Richardson didn't travel to New England for the AFC Championship Game for what the Colts called personal reasons.
Horse racing: California Chrome, winner of the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness, picked up two Eclipse Awards, including Horse of the Year. California Chrome also won the Eclipse for 3-year-old males. Todd Pletcher extended his record with a seventh Eclipse award as top trainer, and Javier Castellano won his second straight Eclipse award in the jockey division.
159High school girls' basketball coach Michael Anderson was suspended for running up the score after his team, Arroyo Valley of San Bernardino, Calif., beat Bloomington 161-2 last week. Arroyo Valley has won five times by 70 points or more.