On a day when Scott Langley and Russell Henley managed to stay atop the leaderboard at the Sony Open, there still were the likes of Harris English and Dicky Pride who worked their way back into contention behind stellar Saturday rounds.
But then there was Chris Kirk's trouble on No. 9 and John Daly's injured shoulder.
We take a look at Five Things to take away from the third round in the PGA Tour's first full-field event of the season:
1. Injured again
John Daly struggled to break 80 Saturday in the third round, but it wasn't from a lack of trying.
The two-time major winner again injured his right shoulder, the same shoulder he originally separated in 2007 and has separated at least twice since.
"I hit my third shot on 6, and I hit a rock and just -- I don't think it popped back," Daly said of his shoulder not popping back into place. "I don't know. I've got to let them look at it, but it dropped."
Daly's right shoulder was noticeably hanging lower than his left, and he coul...