Shaking off a jarring disappointment in the previous FedEx Cup event, Leishman did not falter this time.
Jason Day made a hole-in-one Friday for his third eagle of the week at Conway Farms in his round of 65.
FedEx Cup leader Jordan Spieth took another step closer to the PGA’s season title by shooting a 65. That put him in a fifth-place tie.
Spieth will have his nerves under control when he tees it up at the BMW Championship, which starts Thursday morning at Conway Farms in Lake Forest.
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Thomas started the day two shots back of third-round leader Kevin Kisner, but began to make a move on the seventh hole.
Kisner has a one-shot lead over Hideki Matsuyama and Chris Stroud.
Heavy rain that suspended play Friday afternoon made Quail Hollow more vulnerable than it has been all week, only Spieth couldn’t take advantage.
Spieth was only five shots off the lead, which was held by Kevin Kisner and Thorbjorn Olesen.
Woods would be entered in the program, which began in 2013 and requires defendants to plead guilty at arraignment to reckless driving.
A victory would make the 24-year-old Texan only the sixth player — and the youngest by about six months over Tiger Woods — to capture the career slam.