2015 Barclays

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Brian Harman 2015 barclays round 4, 2

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Jason Day fired a seven-under 63 on Saturday to tie for the lead at the Barclays.
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With a win, Day will move into first place in the FedEx Cup standings.
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Bubba Watson is one back at 10 under.
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Watson was three under in the third round.
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Phil Mickelson shot a one-under 69 on Saturday.
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Mickelson's round included a backwards, over-the-head flop shot on the 18th hole.
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Sangmoon Bae shot a 63 to tie Day for the lead through 54 holes.
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Watson lifted his son Caleb in the air.
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Jordan Spieth picked up right where he left off. The 20-year-old who started the 2013 season with no status and finished ranked No. 20 in the world dropped five birdies on the front nine and sits in a four-way tie for fourth place.
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Jordan Spieth struggled in the first round of the Barclays.
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Despite going two under over his first nine, he finished with a four-over 74.
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Spieth shot a 40 over his final nine holes.
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If he misses the cut he will lose his No. 1 ranking.
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Spieth played alongside Bubba Watson on Thursday.
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Watson fired a five-under 65.
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Phil Mickelson started strong in the first round.
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Two late bogeys left him at two under.
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Camilo Villegas also had a 65 on day 1.