Graeme McDowell birdied his last three holes to move up to 32nd with a round to go in the Honda Classic.
The former US Open champion signed for a two-under-par 68 to get to three-under-par and remain in the hunt for what would be his fifth top-10 finish at PGA National in seven years.
He's also just $210,041 short of breaking the $15m barrier in career earnings on the PGA Tour.
The Portrush native, who is just $210,041 short of breaking the $15m barrier in career earnings on the PGA Tour, is three shots outside the top-10.
He's also ten strokes behind Rickie Fowler, who added a 65 to his brace of 66s to lead by four strokes from England's Tyrell Hatton (68 67 66) on 13-under-par.
Argentina's Emiliano Grillo (65), Sean O'Hair (65), Gary Woodland (66), Martin Kaymer (68) and Wesley Bryan (72) share third on seven-under-par.
Ryan Palmer, who was tied for the overnight lead with Bryan on nine-under, slipped back to tied eighth on six-under after a 73.