Third round at Muirfield Village

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Rod Pampling built a three-shot lead Saturday with a four-under 32 on the back nine. "Having a three-shot lead everyone is looking at you like you should win," Pampling said. "You have to look at the scores, there's still 7 and 8-unders being shot out there. This is one of those weeks where there's potential for someone to come from a long way back."
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Woods made two birdies on the back to shoot a two-under 70.
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After the weather delay, Tiger Woods came out striking the ball solidly.
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Before Scott could tee off, the third round was delayed for about 90 minutes due to thunderstorms.
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Scott started the day with a one-shot lead after shooting a 10-under 62 on Friday.
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Bubba Watson was battling Scott for the lead until a triple bogey on 15.
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Aaron Baddeley birdied 16 and 18 to rebound with a one-under 71. He's four back of Pampling.
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Sean O'Hair was two over on the day until he made eagle on No. 7. O'Hair made three birdies on the back to shoot 69, but it could have been better. "I think I lipped out four putts today," O'Hair said. "I showed a great deal of patience today, so that was huge for me."
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Will MacKenzie birdied his last three holes to shoot a seven-under 65. "I know I'm swinging well, so, you know, just the sky is the limit when you're swinging well," MacKenzie said.
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Adam Scott caught a rough lie in a fairway bunker and bogeyed 18 to shoot even par. "I didn't really get it going out there on the course today," Scott said. "I struggled with the pace of the greens a little bit. I just didn't have it rolling out there."
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Woods said his poor putting is keeping him from contending this week. "My speed is decent, pretty good speed, I'm just not rolling the ball on-line consistently," Woods said Friday. "I'm not hitting my lines that I'm choosing." • Leaderboard: Saturday's scores at Memorial • Pampling leads by three • Photos: Nicklaus through the years • Photos: 10 most overrated courses in the U.S. • Rumors: Wie surprised by withdrawl? • Video: Stiff wedges like Zach Johnson