Rory Sabbatini started his round by holing out from the fairway for an eagle on No. 1. He went on to make six birdies, and no bogeys, for an eight-under 64. Sabbatini leads Tiger Woods by one heading into Sunday.
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Tiger Woods was in the lead until a bogey-bogey finish.
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Coming to No. 18, Phil Mickelson was nine under and near the top of the leaderboard. But Lefty had another collapse on a finishing hole. Mickelson took a double-bogey six and finished at seven under.
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Vijay Singh started slow, shooting even par on the front nine. But Singh caught fire on the back with birdies on 10 and 11, and an eagle two on the par-4 12th.
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Arron Oberholser holed out for an eagle on No. 3, then made three more birdies to tie for the lead. But a double bogey on 18 left Oberholser at nine under.
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Steve Stricker made seven birdies and one bogey in his round of 66.
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Ken Duke stayed near the lead with a four-under 68.
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On a day where everyone was going low, Ted Purdy was one of the few who failed to break par. Purdy started the day tied for fourth, but after a two-over 74, Purdy is tied for 20th.
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