Three-way tie in Hawaii

Defending champion Dustin Johnson, Webb Simpson and Jordan Spieth all share the lead at 14-under-par going into the final round of the Tournament of Champions in Hawaii.

Overnight leader Zach Johnson failed to keep up with the American trio as he bogeyed 14 and 16 on his way to a 74 and leaving him all alone in fourth place at 12-under.

Long-hitting Dustin Johnson eagled the par-5 ninth after a massive four iron gave him a two-foot eagle putt. Following that, he carded three birdies on the back nine to give him a four-under-par 69 in the breezy conditions.

“I hit a great drive down there right to the end of the fairway and had a good number, 211 (yards) with uphill,” Johnson told Golf Channel.

“I just hit a great four-iron right at the flag and it ended up being pretty close.”

Meanwhile, Simpson carded in impressive 68 with just one bogey on the seventh and five birdies and Spieth rolled in a couple of 15-footers for his 69.