Garrigus holds slender lead

A closing bogey from Robert Garrigus saw his lead cut to just one shot heading into the final round of the Valspar Championship.

The 36-year-old American, whose only victory on the PGA Tour came in 2010, leads the way on eight-under-par, but is being hunted down after a number of high-profile players made their move on Saturday.

Kevin Na leads the chasing pack after a third round 68 put him breathing down the neck of Garrigus, while John Senden (-6) and Justin Rose (-5) will also fancy their chances heading into the final round.

Garrigus, three shots clear at the start of the day, made a flying start to the third round with back-to-back birdies and found himself four clear after five holes.

However, seeking to end a four-year title drought, Garrigus suffered a wobble on the back nine, missing par putts on 13 and then the last to see his lead slashed.

Australian Senden and South Africa's Retief Goosen surged up the leaderboard with eye-catching rounds of 64 to put themselves in contention.

Both players fired in seven birdies and were bogey-free, with Goosen chipping in from 54 feet on the par four 16th for arguably the shot of the day.

England duo Rose and Luke Donald are also in the mix, although the former will be ruing a late bogey which saw him drop three shots off the pace. Donald is five adrift after carding a flawless 67 at the Innisbrook Resort in Palm Harbor, Florida.