Leader Dustin Johnson and Daniel Berger went around six-under during the third round in Atlanta -19 D Johnson; -14 X Schauffele, J. Thomas; -13 J Rahm (Spa); -12 C Morikawa; -10 D Berger, S Im (Kor); -9 S Scheffler; -8 R McIlroy (NI), B Todd, T Hatton (Eng)
Dustin Johnson, number one in the world, built a healthy head with five shots in the final round of the season-ending PGA Tour Championship.
Xander Schauffele is tied for second place after a round of 67 with Justin Thomas, who is a four-under 66.
Jon Rahm of Spain also shot a 66 at the East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta.
Rory McIlroy from Northern Ireland went round level par to stay eight under, 11 shots off the lead, where he was joined by England's Tyrell Hatton after a 71-over of 71.
Like the leader, Daniel Berger shot a 64 to climb into the top 10, two shots behind American PGA winner Collin Morikawa who is in fifth place after his 67
How the Tour Championship Works
Players at the event are handicapped based on FedEx Cup points earned during the season and competing in the top 30 of the rankings for the Tour Championship.
The highest ranked player starts the 72 hole tournament at 10 under par, while the second seed starts at 8 below.
The third seed starts at bottom seven and so on to the fifth seed at bottom five. Seeds 6-10 start at −4; seeds 11-15 start at -3; and so on, to seeds 26-30, starting at level par.