The biggest movers from Day 3 at Innisbrook

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Adam Hadwin will take a four-shot lead into Sunday at the Valspar Championship, trying to join Mackenzie Hughes as the only Canadians to win on tour this season. Hadwin may have increased his lead on Saturday, but a few other players made the biggest moves up and down the leaderboard.

Biggest rise

David Hearn and Ben Martin (up 34 spots)

Both started (E) / Both finished (-3)

Stats Hearn Martin
Score -3 -3
Total 68 68
Birdies 3 6
Pars 15 9
Bogeys 0 3
Fairways hit 9/13 10/13
Greens hit 13/18 10/18
Putts per GIR 1.769 1.5

Both Hearn and Martin made the cut on the number, and each shot identical rounds of 68 to move into a tie for 18th.

Biggest fall

James Hahn (down 41 spots)

Started (-5) / Finished (+1)

Stats Round 3
Score (+6)
Total 77
Birdies 0
Pars 13
Bogeys 4
Doubles 1
Fairways hit 9/13
Greens hit 7/18
Putts per GIR 2

No much to point out here; the statistics tell everything. Hahn fell from eighth into a tie for 49th place.

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