Morning Roundup: Woodland stays in front at Kapalua

Tway told reporters he felt unwell during his opening round

Johnson and Thomas are the past two winners at Kapalua.

Woodland left everyone behind with his big run of birdies and was at 12-under 134.

The big-hitting Woodland rattled off eight birdies - including five consecutive from the 11th hole - and two bogeys to climb to 12 under and three shots ahead of four-time major victor Rory McIlroy (68), Bryson DeChambeau (68) and Kevin Tway (71).

Tway qualified for this winners-only field by capturing the Safeway Open for his first PGA Tour victory.

It took only a few hours for the first ace of 2019 to be recorded on the PGA Tour.

"I was just trying to drink a lot of water".

Johnson accidentally hit the wrong ball from the native area following an errant drive, and was assessed a two-shot penalty which resulted in a double bogey.

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It gave the 34-year-old a 17-under total and a three-shot lead over four-time major victor Rory McIlroy (68) heading into Sunday's final round. "I was walking up to 16 green, so it wasn't as though it was right before".

Day is joined at four under by four-time major victor Rory McIlroy, Bryson DeChambeau and three others.

"The wind was up a little bit compared to Thursday but the nice thing about this golf course is that it is designed with this wind in mind", said McIlroy.

"I just tried to keep my composure as much as I could - that's the hardest part when you get off to a good start and then have a hole like (the eighth)", Day said after his round.

Two shots further back of Leishman at one-under is countryman Jason Day (through six holes), who bagged two consecutive birdies from the fourth hole before dropping a shot at the seventh.

The hole-in-one moved Kizzire to 3 under for the tournament.

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