Burns leads by 2 at windy Riviera

(AP Photo/Ryan Kang)

LOS ANGELES (AP) Sam Burns watched his five-shot lead shrink to two in a matter of two holes late Saturday afternoon at Riviera, reason to feel discouraged until realizing no one had it any easier at the Genesis Invitational.

Riviera is enough of a test on its own. Throw in raging wind that caused a four-hour delay, it was tough on everyone.

Burns went 31 consecutive holes with a bogey, a streak that ended on No. 8. When the third round was halted by darkness, he made back-to-back bogeys that dropped him to 10-under par, two shots ahead of Matt Fitzpatrick.

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