Every and Johnson join leaders
Matt Every and Zach Johnson moved to the top of the leaderboard as the final round of the Wyndham Championship headed for a dramatic finish.
Every was two under for the day after four holes of his final round while Johnson picked up a single shot on his four holes to join overnight leaders Patrick Reed and John Huh on 10 under in Greensboro.
Reed and Huh were both level par for the day having also played four holes and the leaders held a single shot lead over a group of three players on nine under.
Both Every and Johnson picked up birdies at three and four but Johnson had dropped a shot on the second before his recovery.
Brian Harman had birdied the third to move into a share of second along with Bob Estes and Jordan Spieth, who were level par for their fourth rounds.
South African Rory Sabbatini was the leading non-American on eight under after picking up three shots on his opening six holes to sit alongside Robert Garrigus.
Jim Herman and Andres Gonzales were a further shot back but Herman was in need of a charge up the leaderboard if he was to make the FedEx Cup play-offs.
The top 125 on the points list tonight qualify for The Barclays next week and Herman, who began the week in 149th, had moved up to a provisional 135th with his performance so far this week.
Another man with a chance of making the play-offs with a surge was Ricky Barnes, who was five under for the tournament but 131st on the points list as he reached the turn today.