Golf photos from the 2008 BMW championship

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Round three at the BMW Championship A collection of great photographs from Saturday afternoon at Bellerive Country Club. Jim Furyk was on top after shooting 66 in the third round and 62 in the second. Over 36 holes on Saturday, he was 12 under par.
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Phil Mickelson's powerful swing made the wet, 7,324-yard course play shorter Saturday morning.
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With Bellerive playing soft, and a lot of players going low, Anthony Kim was disappointed to shoot only 67 for his second round.
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Remarkably, Camilo Villegas shot a second-round 66 which included a four-putt double bogey on the ninth hole.
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Sergio Garcia's second round was highlighted by a hole-in-one on the 203-yard par-3 third hole Saturday morning. The ace helped Spaniard shoot 68.
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Jim Furyk started the second round at even par for the tournament, but a 62 moved him to the top of the leaderboard. He made seven birdies and one eagle to lower his score to eight under par.
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Round 2 at the BMW Championship The original plan was for all players to complete 36 holes on Saturday at Bellerive, but a fog delay of 90 minutes ensured that would not be possible. However, players like Phil Mickelson took advantage of the delay to get in a little practice.
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Kenny Perry will start Sunday's play in a tie for 32nd after going even par through 13 holes of his third round.
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Through 16 holes, Phil Mickelson had made three birdies and three bogeys to remain even par for his round and seven under par for the tournament.
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Anthony Kim completed 17 holes in 62 shots before the horn sounded Saturday evening. He is three strokes behind Furyk and Villegas and will complete his final hole Sunday morning before starting his final round in the afternoon.
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Camilo Villegas used a combination of power and hot putting (as well as flexibility) to stay on top of the leaderboard. Through 13 holes he was three under par for his third round and tied with Furyk at 12 under.
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Mickelson's short game and improved putting were keys to his second round 65.