Third round photos from the 2008 PGA Championship

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Third Round of the 2008 PGA Championship At 2:16 Eastern time on Saturday, the horn sounded as thunderstorms approached. Moments later, the skies opened and the rain fell heavily.
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This chip was not good enough to help Padraig Harrington avoid making a bogey on the first hole. Through eight holes he was even par for the day.
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Anthony Kim was not thrilled with his tee shot on the sixth hole and was three over par through 11 holes.
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Playing with his countryman Goosen, Ernie Els was also one under par when the horn sounded.
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Retief Goosen was one under par for the day through 13 holes.
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Sergio Garcia made par on the only hole he completed Saturday.
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Another left-hander, Steve Flesch, was paired with Mickelson. He was two under par on Saturday to move into a tie for fifth.
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Mickelson blasted this shot close to set up a birdie on the second hole. Mickelson completed five holes at even par for the day to remain at three over par for the tournament.
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Through 14 holes, Camilo Villegas was four under for the day and two over for the tournament.
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Phil Mickelson stared down his drive on the opening hole.
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Romero, who nearly won the 2007 British Open at Carnoustie, tied the course record with 65 and moved into contention.
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Andres Romero got off to a fast start and moved up the leaderboard Saturday morning. The Argentine made seven birdies on the day.
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After more than four hours of rain delay, the PGA of America suspended play for the day.
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Through eight holes, South Africa's Rory Sabbatini was one over par for the day.