David Frost breezed through the Oakwood Country Club on Saturday, firing a 6-under-par 64 to extend his lead to five strokes in the Hardee's Golf Classic.

Frost, who won the Buick Classic in June, had six birdies to finish the third round with a 16-under 194 total on 6,751-yard Oakwood Country Club course. He's in position to do so again."It's his tournament," said Jay Delsing, who was eight strokes back at 202 after a 65. "Frost is so far ahead, it's going to be tough for anyone to catch him. He's going to have to shoot above par and somebody else is really going to have to catch fire."

After playing under adverse weather for two days, Frost feasted on the perfect conditions that greeted the 73 players who made the cut.

His five-stroke lead after 54 holes is a tournament record. The largest lead after three rounds this year was six strokes by Fred Couples in the Nestle Invitational in March.

For the third straight day, Frost seemed to inspire his playing partner as Loren Roberts shot a 66 for an 11-under 199 total.

Tom Lehman also stayed in the hunt with a roller-coaster round of 66 which left him tied for second with Roberts.

In Indianapolis, Raymond Floyd birdied the final two holes Saturday at Broadmoor Country Club to stand at 11-under par and take a one-stroke lead heading into the final round of the GTE North Classic.

Floyd, who would be the first to win on the PGA Tour and Senior Tour in the same year if he holds on, carded six birdies and one bogey on the 6,670-yard layout for a 5-under 67 to stand at 133 through two rounds.

"To be honest, I feel fortunate to be in the lead," said Floyd, who turned 50 on Sept. 4. "Again I struggled on the green. The way I've putted these two rounds, I've got to get out (Sunday) and make the ball go in the hole."

Kermit Zarley also birdied the last two holes to score a 3-under 69 and move to 10-under 134.

Walter Morgan, who set a tournament record with a 9-under 63 in the first round, fell to 8-under 136 with bogeys on two of the final three holes and a 1-over 73 Saturday.

Mike Hill tied Morgan's one-day-old tournament record with a 9-under par 63 to move within three shots of Floyd.