took the lead with a blistering third round. Despite a bogey on 18, he shot 66 and leads by three shots at 13 under.
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Despite the early hour, fans were lined up for Woods.
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Woods and his caddie, Steve Williams, signaled an errant drive.
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Woods will have a long way to go Sunday to win his fifth PGA Championship.
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After two days of fog delays, Saturday morning was clear as players went out to finish their second rounds.
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known for his power, fired a second-round 66 but fell back with a third-round 77.
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is nine under.
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led on Friday night but couldn't keep pace on Saturday, shooting one-over 73.
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got to eight under with a third-round 67. He won the 1995 PGA Championship at Riviera.
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Furyk is trying to add another major title to his 2003 U.S. Open championship.
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missed a short putt on 18 and fell back to eight under.
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of China set the course record with a 64 in the third round. He's in a four-way tie at nine under.
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McIlroy, from Northern Ireland, is just 21.
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is also 10 under and yet again threatening in a major.
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who fell apart in the final round of the U.S. Open, is 10 under and tied for second place.
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on the seventh tee Saturday morning. He teed off at 7 a.m. local time to finsh the fog-delayed second round, shooting two-under 70, and followed that with a 72 in the third round. At three under, he's 10 shots back.
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Watney, 29, is one of the many young players at the top of the leaderboard.
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on the range between Woods's second and third rounds. They've spent time working together this week, fueling speculation.