Tsuneyuki Nakajima, Japan's PGA tour's leading money winner, shot a 70 for three-round total of 11-under par 205 to maintain his lead in the $600,000 Dunlop Phoenix tournament in Miyazaki, Japan. Seve Ballesteros shot 71 and is two strokes back.
Taiwan's T.C. Chen, who led the first three rounds in the U.S. Open this year, was alone in third with 208 after a 72. Craig Stadler shot a 69-209 and placed fourth . . .
Tom Kite matched the best score of the tournament with a six-under-par 66 and pulled the United States to within five shots of first-place Canada in the third round of the World Cup in La Quinta, Calif.
"You're looking at a much happier man than I've been in quite a while," said Kite. He and partner Lanny Wadkins clipped eight shots off par and moved to within striking distance of Canadians Dave Barr and Dan Halldorson, who each shot 70 -- 413.
England dropped back to third at 420 despite a 66 by Howard Clark . . .
Ken Still, playing his first full season of golf in eight years, held off Ben Smith and Dan Sikes to retain a three-stroke lead after two rounds in the $200,000 Quadel Seniors Classic in Boca Raton, Fla. Still shot a five-under-par 67 to post a 133, 11 under. Sikes (70) and Smith (65) are three strokes back in second.