Second-round leader Bryson DeChambeau had the confident stride of a pending victor with his first solo 36-hole lead as a pro - at least until the third round got going.
England's Ian Poulter holds a one-shot lead at the RBC Heritage in SC after shooting a four-under-par 67 in the third round. "The shaping of the holes, and just a couple of the doglegs, I'm able to shape shots".
Kuchar, that also begun around the back 9, birdied his last two holes to join a group putting off two shots off the guide, whilst Huh fired a six-under 30 within an electric front nine in he left four birdies along with the eagle at the par-five fifth.
Before April, Poulter had not won on tour in more than five years. Kuchar, who tied for 28th at the Masters, made birdie on four of his last seven holes. "I know that. But I certainly am moving in the right direction, figuring a lot of great things out that's helping me on the golf course".
Ian Poulter put himself firmly into contention for a second PGA Tour win in the space of a fortnight after a flawless 64 on the second day of the RBC Heritage.
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"Confidence is definitely there from a perspective of feeling like I can be more aggressive right now", Poulter said. I can start attacking pins and just play free golf.
Billy Horschel and Pan Cheng-tsung are a further stroke back, while Kevin Kisner shot the joint-low round of the day - a five-under 66 - to move into a tie for sixth.
The Englishman enjoyed the excellent early conditions and got his second round off to the ideal start as he rolled in a 15-foot putt for birdie at the 10th. "And when you're in that position, sometimes the game feels easy when sometimes it isn't".
However, the two-time PGA Tour victor responded immediately with three consecutive birdies and added another five on his final nine holes, including at the last.
England's Matt Fitzpatrick is safely through to the weekend on two under despite a disappointing bogey, double-bogey finish to his 71, but Luke Donald played one shot too many to make the cut.