TOUR Championship, Rd. 3: Quick look at each player's roundSeptember 21, 2013
By Helen Ross, PGATOUR.COM
ATLANTA -- Here's a quick review of each player's third round Saturday at the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola.
1 Henrik Stenson 69 At one point held a nine-stroke lead but shot 38 on the back and now leads by four 2 Dustin Johnson 67 Kept Stenson in his sights with his third straight subpar round this weeek 3 Steve Stricker 68 Said he "let a few shots get away on the greens" with 29 putts, including three at No. 1 T4 Zach Johnson 69 Broke par for the third straight round at East Lake and ninth straight time overall T4 Justin Rose 70 Reeled off 13 straight pars then made a bogey and a birdie coming home T4 Billy Horschel 70 Playing steady in his debut at East Lake and has yet to shoot above par T4 Jordan Spieth 71 Tough start with three bogeys in his first five holes, posted his first above par score T8 Luke Donald 67 Made three birdies in his last six holes and broke par for the first time this week T8 Nick Watney 70 OB at the fifth hole led to a triple bogey but he fought back to even par. T10 Webb Simpson 69 Hit his fewest fairways and greens of the week but the round was his steadiest T10 Sergio Garcia 69 Only hit one fairway on the back and bogeyed his last two holes T10 Bill Haas 69 2010 FedExCup champ has yet to shoot over par in seven rounds at East Lake
T10 Phil Mickelson 70 Two-time winner here hasn't gotten untracked and needed 30 putts Saturday T10 Gary Woodland 71 Hit double digits in GIRs and fairways in the same round for the first time this week T10 Adam Scott 74 Had flu-like symptoms and needed an IV before he teed off, then shot 40 on the front T16 D.A. Points 70 TOUR Championship rookie missed seven greens but 29 putts kept him in the game T16 Keegan Bradley 72 In 11 rounds at East Lake this was the ninth time he failed to break 70 T18 Jason Dufner 66 Tied his career low at East Lake shot during the first round in 2011 T18 Jason Day 66 Missed eight fairways but still managed to find 14 greens in posting second 68 of week T18 Hunter Mahan 71 Hit all but two fairways and four greens but 33 putts kept him from going low T18 Roberto Castro 72 Putter has held the Georgia Tech product back -- he hasn't had less than 30 this week T22 Brandt Snedeker 67 Defending champ bounced back from a career high at East Lake, shooting eight less T22 Graham DeLaet 72 Battled back to even par through 16 holes but was hurt by a double bogey at the 17th T22 Jim Furyk 73 Bogeys on his last two holes produced his highest score since the second round in 2002 25 Matt Kuchar 69 Hit twice as many fairways as he did Friday and shaved off five strokes T26 Tiger Woods 69 FedExCup No. 1 struggled off the tee but finally broke par for the first time this week T26 Brendon de Jonge 71 Only hit seven of 14 fairways for the third straight day 28 Kevin Streelman 74 Highest score in seven trips around fabled East Lake 29 Boo Weekley 73 That pair of double bogeys on the back nine did some damage 30 Charl Schwartzel 77 South African only made one birdie on Saturday -- and he had to wait 17 holes to get it