TOUR Championship, Rd. 4: Quick look at each player's round

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Jordan Spieth made a great run on Sunday to tie for second at East Lake.
September 22, 2013

ATLANTA -- Here's a quick review of each player's third round Saturday at the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola.

1 Henrik Stenson 68 Led field in greens hit, third in fairways, won FedExCup title
T2 Jordan Spieth 64 Made eight birdies, third 65 or better in final round in last 5 starts
T2 Steve Stricker 65 Had four birdies and an eagle, took just 27 putts in final round
4 Webb Simpson 63 Had the low round of the week on Sunday after seven birdies, no bogeys
5 Dustin Johnson 69 Triple bogey on 17th hole ended any chance of victory on Sunday
6 Justin Rose 67 Made three bogeys in first six holes to fall out of contention early
T7 Billy Horschel 68 Ended week in top 10 in fairwtas hit and total putts in first trip
T7 Zach Johnson 68 Broke par all four days but never shot lower than 68
T9 Roberto Castro 65 Moved up nine spots ater six birdies, just one bogey in final round
T9 Jason Dufner 65 Was in last place after first round, shot 9 under on weekend
T9 Sergio Garcia 67 Saved best for Sunday with five birdies through first 15 holes
T12 Keegan Bradley 67 Highlight of day was hole-out for eagle on par-4 seventh
T12 Phil Mickelson 68 Ranked 24th for week in strokes gained-putting, had 120 total putts
T14 Jim Furyk 66 Birdied first three holes Sunday before adding three more for bes score of week
T14 Jason Day 67 Six birdies in eight-hole stretch were offset by double bogey on No. 12
T14 Adam Scott 69 Ranked 29 of 30 in total putts with 124 for the week, including 31 Sunday
T14 Nick Watney 70 Second straight even-par round with four birdies, two bogeys, one double
T18 Brendon de Jonge 65 Broke par for first time all week on Sunday with six birdies, one bogey
T18 Luke Donald 71 Failed to break par in 3 of 4 rounds, last in greens in regulation
T20 Brandt Snedeker 68 Defending FedExCup champ finished 29th in fairways hit, 28th in greens
T20 Hunter Mahan 69 Hit just six fairways for the second time this week on Sunday
T22 Tiger Woods 67 Took 28 putts for third straight day, ranked 28th in fairways, 24th in greens
T22 Gary Woodland 72 Shot over par for second straight day with three bogeys, only one birdie
T24 Kevin Streelman 67 Ranked sixth in fairways hit but only 24th in greens in regulation
T24 Bill Haas 74 2011 champ had 36 putts and had four bogeys and zero birdies Sunday
T26 Matt Kuchar 71 Had 31 putts for third straight day, had three bogeys, 2 birdies Sunday
T26 D.A. Points 74 Shot 41 on the back nine, which includued a triple bogey on No. 10
28 Graham DeLaet 73 Shot over par for third straight day, took 32 putts in final round
29 Charl Schwartzel 66 Best round of week came Sunday with five birdies, one bogey
30 Boo Weekley 74 Failed to break par in all four rounds, finished week 12 over