Stuart Appleby has a one shot lead heading into Sunday. He will be paired with Tiger Woods.
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Shingo Katayama tried to stay loose in the cold on the 2nd hole.
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Rich Beem, the 2002 PGA Championship winner, needed his winter gear due to cool temperatures.
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Phil Mickelson nearly holed his second shot from the fairway on the 18th. He settled for a par and a one-over 73.
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Tim Clark dropped out of the lead with bogeys on four of his first five holes.
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Brett Wetterich, a co-leader when the day began, opened with a par but then went bogey, triple bogey, bogey. He finished with an 83.
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Vijay Singh, the 2000 champion, stands at seven over par after a 79.
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Jerry Kelly collapsed on the back nine, shooting a six-over 42.
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Former U.S. Open champion Jim Furyk is lurking at six over par.
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Zach Johnson, left, is tied with Taylor and Padraig Harrington at four over par.
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Augusta native Vaughn Taylor led after a birdie on 15, but then he bogeyed Nos. 16, 17 and 18.
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Justin Rose is only one off the lead after a three-over 75.
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Tiger Woods moved up the leaderboard with a two-under 34 on the front nine. He finished with a 72. "It was a tough day with the wind gusts," Woods said. "You hit quality shots and just get absolutely hosed. That's just the way it is here."
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Adam Scott, the No. 3 player in the world, followed rounds of 74-78 with a 76.
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