The Starter: Round 3, The HeritageApril 22, 2011
PGA TOUR staff
Groups we're watching Tee time Players 1:10 p.m. ET
Chris Couch, Brandt Snedeker
Someone a few groups behind the leaders will make a big move on Moving Day. Couch and Snedeker each have what it takes to fire a 64.
1:45 p.m. ET
Jim Furyk, Camilo Villegas
Villegas' comeback has been one of the best stories of the week at Harbour Town. Can he keep it up? Saturday will provide answers.
1:55 p.m. ET
Luke Donald, Garrett Willis
Donald looks almost unstoppable on a course that has been very good to him over the last couple of years. He will be tough to beat.
The third round of The Heritage is set to begin. The Golf Channel will televise live action beginning at 1 p.m. ET, then picked up by CBS Sports from 3-6 p.m. ET.
Round 3 weather forecast Partly sunny
Temp: 85 high/65 low
Small chance of rain. Winds around 12 mph.
ShotLink Player notes Here are some of the players you'll see on CBS' coverage of Saturday's third round: LUKE DONALD Luke Donald is currently seventh in the FedExCup standings on the strength of one win and four top-10s. Donald is currently projected to move to first in the FedExCup standings should he go onto win this week. Donald currently leads the TOUR in scoring average (69.28) on strength of his accurate ball striking and performance on and around the greens. Donald ranks 14th on TOUR for proximity to the hole averaging just over 33 feet on all approach shots. On the greens, he leads the TOUR for putting average (1.703), one-putts (48 pecent), putts per round (27.43) and birdie or better conversion percentage (37 percent). CAMILO VILLEGAS In 2010, entering week 16, Camilo Villegas was fifth in the FedExCup standings on the strength of one win. He's is looking to kick start his 2011 FedExCup season with a strong finish this week. In his first nine starts of the 2011 season, he's made five cuts, has yet to crack the top 30 and ranks 143rd in the FedExCup standings. Villegas has been struggling with his putter this year ranking 188th in putting average (1.862), 180th for putts per round (30.21), and 148th when putting from 4 to 8 feet (64 percent). This week, he's improved on the greens averaging 24.50 (career-low 49 putts through two rounds).
KEY FRIDAY VIDEO: • In the second round of The Heritage, Graeme McDowell's approach shot from 150 yards nearly went in on the par-4 12th. •Luke Donald kept rolling on the back nine; he drained this 20-footer on the par-4 12th. •Following his second-round 65, Luke Donald talks to Bill Rosinski from the PGA TOUR Network on SiriusXM about his play at the 2011 Heritage.