This just in: Ben Curtis badly hooked his drive on the par-4 12th and had to chip out onto the fairway. His approach found the green, but his three-putted for double bogey.
Rose's 12th hole wasn't much better. He also missed the fairway -- again -- and failed to get up and down for his third bogey of the day.
The new leader? Scott Verplank, who shot 64 and is already in the clubhouse at 14 under.
Scott Verplank chipped in for eagle during our LIVE@ coverage to get to 14 under, just one back of Rose, who is playing the 10th. The eagle was Verplank's second in three holes -- he made a three on the par-5 13th.
Update: Rose missed his par putt on the 10th to fall to 14 under and into a tie for the lead with Ben Curtis and Verplank at 14 under.
Surprised to see former major champs David Toms and Justin Leonard on the leaderboard?
Don't be. Both are great wind players. Ditto for Scott Verplank, who's keeping in touch with the leaders.
Toms, who is playing with a shoulder injury, finished in a share of 16th here in 2000 -- with Leonard. The former PGA champ also has two top-5s at Opens. Leonard has been up and down this season, too, while Verplank comes in on a roll. He finished T5 in each of his last two events -- the HP Byron Nelson Championship and the Crowne Plaza at Colonial. -- Melanie Hauser
Corey Pavin just made a 9-foot birdie putt at the 10th hole to move within a stroke of the lead at 16 under.
The 50-year-old Ryder Cup captain is 4 under for the day and hot on the heels of Zach Johnson, Brian Davis and Bryce Molder. Pavin is tied with Jeff Overton, Scott Verplank and Ben Crane.
Pavin won at Colonial in 1985 and ‘96.
He hasn't hit the ball great, but Scott Verplank's short game has been a superstar in the final round.
Verplank is 4 under -- one of the very few more a couple under today -- to pull within four of the lead.
Case in point? The 13th. Verplank blew his tee shot way over the green but he chipped adroitly to a foot for an easy par.
Verplank, a short hitter, faces long odds for victory -- he has yet to play two of the monster par-4s that make up the finish -- but if he can somehow get in the clubhouse at 11 or 12 under, who knows? -- Ryan Smithson