"Did a lot of good things", said Henley, who has had just two bogeys through three rounds.
Defending champion and third-ranked Justin Thomas, who won CJ Cup two of the last three years in South Korea, had a tap-in birdie on the last hole for a 68 and is five shots back in a tie for sixth with Jason Day of Australia, who holed out from 23 feet on the 11th hole to highlight at 66, and 10th-ranked Tyrrell Hatton of England, who didn't make a birdie until the last hole with struggling to a 73. "It's a tough course but if you hit some good shots you can have some chances".
Henley's last victory was in 2017 at the Houston Open, where he came from four shots behind in the final round.
"I was trying to figure out what was worse - the pace of play or my quality of golf", he said. "Gives me confidence to know it's working so well". "Finishing birdie-birdie was nice and hopefully I can take a bit of momentum going into the weekend".
Schauffele was the overnight leader having surged top of the standings by three shots, but the four-time PGA Tour victor lost ground on the penultimate day following two birdies and four bogeys.
Fitzpatrick got a bogey on the 415-yard par-4 first, getting on the green in 3 and two putting, moving Fitzpatrick to 1 over for the round.
He then drained back-to-back long bombs, making a 26-foot putt on the par-four 14th and a 37-footer on the par-four 15th.
Schauffele, coming off a fifth-place finish at the US Open, started on No. 10 and shot 29 on his front nine, stringing together six birdies from the 13th through the 18th.
"I have to keep playing my game, keep grinding it out, and make some putts".
"The putter saved me", Griffin said.
"I got off to a hot start and kind of slowed down". But the irons feel good and the putter feels great.
The tournament, typically part of the PGA Tour's Asian swing, was moved to the Las Vegas venue due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and features a crowded field of top talent warming up for the Masters next month, including World No. 3 Justin Thomas (68) and the reigning PGA Championship victor Collin Morikawa (71), who were five and six strokes back from the lead, respectively.
Griffin was within two of the lead until he closed his third-round 66 by finding water with his approach into the par-five last and made bogey, as Kokrak birdied two of his last three holes to join the group on 12 under. Not to be like a sour person, but just one of those days.
"Today was my bad day for the week".