Round 3: Quick look at each player

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September 24, 2011
Mike McAllister, PGATOUR.COM Managing Editor

ATLANTA -- Here's a quick look at each player's third round Saturday at the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola. The players are listed in order of their FedExCup ranking:

FEC
rank
Player Score Pos. Comment
1 Webb Simpson 70 T15 Birdie at 18th might have huge FedExCup ramifications
2 Dustin Johnson 70 T24 Holed out from bunker for eagle at par-5 ninth
3 Justin Rose 70 T26 This week at the par-4 fourth: Birdie, double bogey, birdie
4 Luke Donald 70 T5 He's a bogey-free 7 under on back nine this week
5 Matt Kuchar 71 14th Failed to break par in 3 of his last 7 rounds in Playoffs
6 Brandt Snedeker 74 T18 Didn't make a single putt longer than 7 feet
7 Nick Watney 72 T18 Triple bogeyed the 5th hole after an errant tee shot
8 Chez Reavie 68 T18 Made three birdie putts from longer than 13 feet
9 John Senden 69 T24 Wild ride on front nine: 5 birdies, 3 bogeys, 1 par
10 Jason Day 69 T3 Two early bogeys, then 3 under for last 14 holes
11 Gary Woodland 72 23rd He's usually a birdie machine but made none today
12 Steve Stricker 69 T11 His irons are saving him from a poor driving week
13 K.J. Choi 70 T3 Irons weren't as crips, leaving him lengthy chances
14 Phil Mickelson 67 T7 Bogey-free 5 under for last 11 holes
15 Mark Wilson 74 28th Fourth round of 74 or worse in last three starts
16 David Toms 73 T-18 Three-putted both the 7th and 14th holes
17 Jonathan Byrd 73 T29 10th straight round in which he's failed to break 70
18 Bubba Watson 79 T26 We're still trying to figure out that 9 at par-4 17th
19 Adam Scott 74 T9 Three-putted two of his final five greens. Ouch!
20 Keegan Bradley 72 T11 Chance at FedExCup might have been lost in last 5 holes
21 Hunter Mahan 66 T1 Says he has a good feel for the greens this week
22 Jason Dufner 73 T15 Bogey-free in round 1; birdie-free in round 3
23 Vijay Singh 70 T18 Tough day off the tee -- just 4 of 14 fairways hit
24 Geoff Ogilvy 72 T15 Front nine: Bogey-free -2; back nine: Birdie-free +4
25 Bill Haas 69 T5 That bogey-double bogey finish is a crusher
26 Charles Howell III 68 T9 Opened with a bogey, then flawless -3 after that
27 Aaron Baddeley 64 T1 Low round of day included eagle, 4 consecutive birdies
28 Y.E. Yang 75 T29 Disastrous back nine with five bogeys, including at 17, 18
29 Fredrik Jacobson 68 T7 He and Howell only 2 players to suffer just 1 bogey
30 Bo Van Pelt 66 T11 Rolled in a 47-1/2 footer for birdie at par-4 seventh

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