ATLANTA -- Billy Horschel showed why he might be the hottest player in golf at the moment with another 4-under 66 on Friday in the Tour Championship. Drew Stanton Jersey . It was his 10th straight round in the 60s. He already has a victory and a runner-up finish in the FedEx Cup playoffs. And now he gets to take on the best player in golf. Rory McIlroy rode three big putts and one bizarre break -- a tee shot landed in a spectators pocket -- on his way to a 65 that left him two shots behind and put him in the final group at East Lake going into the homestretch of the FedEx Cup. At stake for both of them -- along with Chris Kirk -- is a shot at the $10 million bonus. "Im a guy that when I feel good about my game, Ive got some confidence that Im going to figure out some way to play well and post a number," Horschel said. That he has done. Horschel is 35 under par in his last 10 rounds. He was runner-up at the Deutsche Bank Championship two weeks ago, when he squandered a shot to at least get into a playoff by chunking a 6-iron into a hazard. And he followed that with a victory in the BMW Championship at Cherry Hills. And now he has a pair of 66s, putting him at 8-under 132 at East Lake. McIlroy made his only bogey with a buried lie at the face of a bunker on No. 4, causing him to blast out sideways. He bounced back with birdies, and poured it on at the end of his round with a 12-foot par save, a 20-foot birdie and a 25-foot birdie. And then there was his par on the 14th, which looked ordinary only on paper. His tee shot drifted right into the pine trees, clattered around and dropped straight down. No one knew where it went until a fan realized it had fallen into the front pocket of his shorts. PGA Tour rules official Robby Ware made sure the fan had not moved, and McIlroy was given a free drop under Rule 19-1-a. Retrieving the ball? McIlroy wasnt going there. "I know how sweaty my pockets are. Im not going into anyone elses," McIlroy said. "I need to stop hitting it off line. Things happen there." McIlroy was joined by Jason Day, who made bogey on his last hole for a 67; and Kirk, who made two bogeys on the back nine that offset a run of four straight birdies around the turn for a 68. Kirk, Horschel and McIlroy are among the top five seeds in the FedEx Cup, meaning a victory would guarantee the $10 million bonus. McIlroy seized the No. 1 ranking by winning the British Open, a World Golf Championship and the PGA Championship in successive starts. He was the top seed going into the FedEx Cup, though because the points are reset for East Lake, the 25-year-old from Northern Ireland always knew it would come down to the Tour Championship. As much as he wants to end a great year on a high note, McIlroy appears to be playing with no concerns. "Before coming into these FedEx Cup playoffs ... it was going to be a great season, anyway," he said. "I wanted to cap it off in style, and Ive given myself a chance to do that over the next two days. Im going into this week with nothing to lose. Im the one thats got the two majors this year. Im the one thats had the great season. Those are the guys that are trying to cap off a great season for themselves. "No matter what happens over the weekend, its going to be OK," he said. "But I still want to win this thing." McIlroy and Horschel first mixed it up seven years ago when they were amateurs at the Walker Cup. Horschel beat him in singles on the 18th hole, and the next morning teamed with Rickie Fowler in a foursomes win over McIlroy and Jonny Caldwell. Horschel was shouting and pumping fists, as he always does, and it rubbed McIlroy the wrong way. In the final singles session, McIlroy beat him 4 and 2. That was a long time ago. Neither harbours a grudge. McIlroy has gone on to win four majors at age 25 -- only Woods, Jack Nicklaus and Bobby Jones have done that -- while Horschel picked up his second career win last week. They last played together as pros at the Honda Classic this year, where McIlroy had rounds of 66-63 and Horschel missed the cut. "Hes a good buddy," Horschel said. "If I happen to come out on top and were battling out these next two rounds, that means a lot. The guy won three straight events in a row, and two of them happened to be majors. I think thats pretty impressive. Hes at that stage where when youre able to go toe to toe with one of the best players and the No. 1 ranked player in the world and youre able to come out on top, that gives me a lot of confidence." Justin Bethel Jersey . The Grizzlies erased most of a 25-point deficit before Durant, the leagues scoring champion, got hot. Mike Iupati Jersey . Thats what he did over the past 2 1/2 years with the Washington Wizards. 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The two players set up a Sunday showdown between former HSBC champions after finishing off their third rounds with identical birdies over three of the last five holes Saturday to separate themselves slightly from the rest of the crowded leaderboard. Webb, the 2011 winner, shot a 70 to move to 11-under 205, one stroke ahead of 2012 champion Stanford, who had a 69. They both have a chance to be the first repeat champion of the tournament, although on two different courses. Both players picked up their first HSBC crown at Singapores Tanah Merah Country Club and this years event is being played at the Sentosa Golf Club. Still, Stanford said, there are enough other quality players within striking range after a momentum-shifting day that anybody could claim the title. "Its really not worth looking at (the leaderboard)," she said. "You just know a lot of people are going to be at the top." Among those chasing Webb and Stanford are Spains Azahara Munoz, who fired an eagle and four birdies for a 5-under 67, the low round of the day; and Taiwans Teresa Lu, who gave up her LPGA membership in 2010 to concentrate on playing in Japan. Both are tied for third at 8-under 208. Americas Paula Creamer, who briefly held the lead with Webb and Munoz on Saturday, had six birdies to go with three bogeys to sit in fifth place at 7 under. Morgan Pressel of the United States was at 6 under, Norways Suzann Pettersen was another stroke back at 5 under, and Swedens Caroline Hedwall and South Koreas Na Yeon Choi were in joint eighth at 4 under. Robert Nkemdiche Jersey. Webb, a seven-time major winner, led the first two rounds in Singapore, but started out slowly on Saturday. She played her front nine at even par and then bogeyed the 10th hole to go to 1 over, allowing the rest of the field to close the gap. "Even when I was not giving myself a lot of good birdie opportunities early on, I had to tell myself its Saturday, theres plenty of golf left to be played and just to be patient," she said. "And fortunately I listened to myself for a change." Webb turned it around on the 153-yard, par-3 14th hole, where she struck her tee shot to within a couple feet of the hole for an easy birdie putt. Next came a chip shot from the fairway on the 16th which rolled in for birdie to give her a two-stroke lead again. Stanford stayed with Webb, though, as the other challengers fell back. Not to be outdone on the 14th, the American placed her tee shot even closer than Webbs -- a mere inches -- leading to birdie. She matched Webbs birdie again on the 16th, and both players closed the round with birdies on the 18th. If either veteran slips in the final round, however, Munoz and Lu are right behind them. Both players are looking for their second LPGA titles. 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