One bad swing by Adam Scott led to two balls in the water on the same hole Saturday in the Honda Classic. Even with a quadruple bogey, he managed to be satisfied with a 4-under 66 and a share of the lead with Sergio Garcia in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.

A bizarre and breezy afternoon ended at PGA National with two players whose fortunes changed mightily in the final hour.

Scott looked better than ever, 7 under through 14 holes and only once having to save par. He was 3 shots ahead going to the tee on the par-3 15th, and it was starting to look like a runaway. Some 20 minutes later, he was 1 shot behind Garcia.

“Pretty costly,” Scott said. “But fortunately, I had a couple shots to spare. Hopefully, it won’t cost me too big in the grand scheme of things.”

Garcia lost the lead with a bogey from the bunker on the 17th, and caught Scott with a short birdie on the 18th for a 67.

They were at 9-under 201.

Blayne Barber had a 69 and was 4 shots behind.

Rickie Fowler had a 1-shot lead going into the third round and was the first player at the Honda Classic to go bogey-free through the opening 36 holes.

And then on Saturday, he couldn’t make a birdie. Fowler made bogey on the easiest hole at PGA National, the par-5 third, and wound up with a 74 to fall 5 shots behind.

Jimmy Walker, starting with the first tee. Playing alongside Fowler, he was introduced as “Jimmy Fowler.”

Walker had the lead with his birdie on the third hole. He didn’t make another birdie until the 18th hole, and that was to break 80.

Walker wound up 11 shots out of the lead.

LPGA Tour

Lexi Thompson shot an 8-under 64 in the third round of the LPGA Thailand to establish a 4-stroke lead over Korean In Gee Chun at Siam Country Club in Chonburi, Thailand.

The fourth-ranked American fired nine birdies — against a lone bogey on the 16th — for an overall 16-under 200.

Thompson has won four out of the six times she has led after the third round.

Chun carded three birdies on both the front and back nine for a 6-under 66.

Overnight leader and defending champion Amy Yang (70) had five birdies and three bogeys. The South Korean is 5 shots off the lead.

European Tour

Former British Open winner Louis Oosthuizen shot a 5-under 67 to take a 3-stroke lead after three rounds of the Perth International in Perth, Australia.

Oosthuizen, making his first tournament appearance in Australia, had a 54-hole total of 15-under 201 on the Lake Karrinyup Cointry Club course.

American Peter Uihlein (71) and Romain Wattel of France (65) were tied for second, with Australia’s Jason Scrivener another stroke back after a 69.

Ladies European Tour

South Korea’s Jiyai Shin shot a 2-under 71 for one of the few sub-par rounds of the day in post-cyclonic winds to take a 2-stroke lead after three rounds of the Australian Ladies Masters in Gold Coast, Australia.

Strong winds from last week’s Cyclone Winston in the South Pacific buffeted the Royal Pines course, and only nine of 75 players shot under-par rounds.

Shin had a 54-hole total of 10-under 209, 2 shots ahead of England’s Holly Clyburn, who was tied for the late lead before bogeying her final two holes for a 72.

Clyburn was tied for second with Camille Lennarth of Sweden, who shot 75.

Canadian Brooke Henderson, the highest-ranked player in the field at No. 11, had a 74 and was in fourth place, 3 strokes behind.