The biggest winner and loser from moving day at the Honda Classic

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Rickie Fowler may have moved into the lead at the Honda Classic, but Brandon Hagy and Ryan Brehm made the biggest positional moves Saturday. Hagy headed in the right direction, while Brehm was not as fortunate.

Biggest move

Brandon Hagy (+48 spots)

Started - T55th

Finished - T7th

Stats Round 3
Score -6
Total 64
Birdies 6
Pars 12
Bogeys 0
Fairways hit 8/14
Greens hit 13/18
Putts per GIR 1.615

Hagy only got into the event based on a sponsor's exemption - coupled with another golfer not needing to use his - and just made the cut on the number at even-par. But the rookie shot a flawless 6-under 64 in Round 3 to move into contention heading into Sunday. He might also want to thank Thomas Pieters for not needing his exemption this week, due to his top-10 finish last week.

Biggest fall

Ryan Brehm (-42 spots)

Started - 18th

Finished - 70th

Stats Round 3
Birdies 2
Pars 9
Bogeys 4
Double 2
Other 1
Fairways hit 4/14
Greens hit 9/18
Putts per GIR 2

Brehm was already having a tough day at the office, but this brutal break at the par-3 15th was just cruel.

Brehm post a 9-over-par 79 and will be dew sweeping early Sunday morning.

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