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shot a two-over 72 in the worst weather conditions on Saturday.
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made two birdies coming in to shoot a 71.
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made four bogeys and two birdies for a 72.
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is still in contention at one under par.
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came close to winning the Open the last time it was held at Royal St. George's, and he will have another shot on Sunday. Bjorn trails Clarke by three shots.
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Johnson will get another shot at his first major on Sunday. "I've been in this situation a few times, so I think the more and more you can put yourself in a situation, the more comfortable you get," Johnson said.
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has been battling an illness all week, but he shot a two-under 68 to move into second place.
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struggled early, but he rebounded with three birdies on the back nine to shoot even par.
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didn't make a birdie all day and finished with a three-over 73.
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bogeyed two of the last four holes for a four-over 74.
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was the betting favorite coming into the third round, but the 2010 PGA champion struggled to a 73.
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Clarke hit 16 greens in regulation, but he missed several chances to extend his lead.
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was nearly flawless tee-to-green on his way to a one-under 69 and a one-shot lead heading into the final round. "If somebody had given me 69 before I was going out to play, I would have bitten their hand off for it," he said.
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didn't catch a break in the weather and shot a 74.
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fell out of contention after a four-over 74.
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was out early in the worst of the weather, but he shot a two-under 68 to move into contention. "Obviously, it wasn't the best of conditions," Fowler said. "But you knew it was going to be tough, and you just had to make the best of it."
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Rain and wind pelted Royal St. George's for most of the day on Saturday, but by the time the last group finished, the sun was shining.