Retief Goosen had the only bogey-free round of the day – until the 18th hole, where he missed the green left then failed to get up-and-down on the par-3 finishing hole.
On the upside for Goosen, of course, is that he still shot 66 and is within two of the current lead (Jim Furyk is still on the course).
Saturday marked the second straight day that Goosen, who entered the week 17th in the FedExCup standings, shot 66 with just one bogey on his scorecard.
In order for Goosen to win the FedExCup, he’d not only have to win the tournament, he would need Matt Kuchar to finish solo 11th or worse; Dustin Johnson finish in a three-way tie for fourth or worse; Charley Hoffman finish in a three-way tie for third or worse; Steve Stricker finish solo third or worse; Paul Casey finish tied for second or worse; and Jason Day to finish tied for second or worse. -- Brian Wacker