Phil Mickelson birdied 1, 2, 4, 16 and 18 and made two bogeys to shoot three-under 69. He is eight under for the tournament, one behind Sean O'Hair.
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Sergio Garcia was seven under on the day until he hit his second shot in the water on the par-4 18th. He made double bogey to finish with a five-under 67. At three under, he is six shots back.
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Ian Poulter's style extended all the way down to his spikes on Saturday. He shot 72 and is two over for the tournament.
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Rory Sabbatini made three birdies and two bogeys to shoot 71. He is one over for the tournament.
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Jose Coceres of Argentina hits his approach into the 16th green. He had seven birdies and no bogeys until a double bogey at 17 and a bogey at 18. He is four off the lead at five under.
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Henrik Stenson's six-under 66 included an eagle on the 16th. He is two under.
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Luke Donald fired a seven-under 65 on Saturday to get to five under. He had eight birdies and a bogey on the day.
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Woods took a drop after hooking his drive into the water on No. 7. He made a double-bogey 6 and is five over, 14 shots off the lead.
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It was a frustrating day for Tiger Woods, who shot a one-over 73. He needed a hot start to get in contention but made two bogeys and a double to shoot 39 on the front nine.
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The Australian Peter Lonard, left, knocked in his second shot on the 532-yard, par-5 2nd. It was the second double eagle in Players history. On Friday, Hunter Mahan scored the first on the par-5 11th.
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Jeff Quinney eyed his approach on the 18th. He had the round of the week so far with an eight-under 64 to reach seven under for the tournament.
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O'Hair got off to a blistering start with four birdies on the front nine, and he finished strong as well, making birdies on 16, 17 and 18. His six-under 66 put him in the lead at nine under.
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Chris DiMarco shot a steady 69 to get to five under.
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