Tiger, Phil paired Monday at Deutsche Bank

Brett Wetterich, Deutsche Bank, Third Round
Charles Krupa/AP
Wetterich has a one stroke lead over Arron Oberholser.

NORTON, Mass. (AP) — Arron Oberholser can't seem to decide who's a bigger threat in the final round of the Deutsche Bank Championship.

The guy ahead of him, or the guys behind him.

Brett Wetterich shot a 5-under-par 66 to move into the lead at TPC Boston on Sunday at 13-under, one stroke ahead of Oberholser (66). But just below them on the leaderboard are Phil Mickelson (11-under) and Tiger Woods (10-under), with Aaron Baddeley tied with Woods and U.S. Open champion Angel Cabrera just four strokes off the lead.

"Look who's behind me," Oberholser said. "I've got the U.S. Open champion behind me, who shot 65 today; I've got the PGA champion (Woods) behind me, who three-putted the last two holes to give us all a little bit of a break; and then a three-time major champion in Phil Mickelson right behind me.

"And then, obviously, Brett is leading. I mean, and Brett has won before. He knows how to do it. And this golf course is right up his alley. We all have our work cut out for us tomorrow, and I do, too, without a doubt. ... I'm probably the last guy on that board that most people think will win tomorrow with those names up there."

Oberholser will pair up with Wetterich for the Labor Day finish, with the glamour group matching up Woods and Mickelson for the third time in four days. In the first two rounds, they played in a threesome with Vijay Singh that attracted almost all of the attention from the galleries.

But this time, the tournament's on the line.

It's the fifth time Woods and Mickelson have been paired in the final round over the last 10 years, the first since the 2005 Ford Championship at Doral. Woods has a 3-1-1 advantage, three times leading to victory.

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