Players Championship 2013 Leaderboard: Complete Standings Heading into Round 4

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Players Championship 2013 Leaderboard: Complete Standings Heading into Round 4
Brad Barr-USA TODAY Sports

An up-and-down Saturday at The Players Championship was marred by rain and suspended by darkness, so play—and tempers—spilled into Sunday morning for the conclusion of Round 3.

Live and updating leaderboard can be found at ESPN.com

2013 Players Championship Leaderboard

Pos

Golfer

R1

R2

R3

To Par

T1

David Lingmerth

68

68

69

-11

T1

Sergio Garcia

68

65

72

-11

T1

Tiger Woods

67

67

71

-11

T4

Casey Wittenberg

67

69

70

-10

 T4

 Ryan Palmer

67

69

70

-10

T4

Henrik Stenson

68

67

71

-10

7

Jeff Maggert

70

71

66

-9

T8

David Lynn

72

68

68

-8

T8

Hunter Mahan

67

70

71

-8

T10

Greg Chalmers

68

73

68

-7

T10

Marc Leishman

72

66

71

-7

T10

Lee Westwood

69

66

74

-7

Other Notables

 T18

Rory McIlroy

66

72

73

-5

 T18

Brandt Snedeker

71

69

71

-5

 T37

Bubba Watson

73

70

70

-3

 T42

Luke Donald

72

69

73

-2

CUT

Phil Mickelson

72

73

 

CUT

CUT

Justin Rose

72

74

 

CUT

 

Now that the third round has concluded, three golfers find themselves tied atop the leaderboard heading into final stretch. Tiger Woods, Sergio Garcia and David Lingmerth are all sitting at 11-under par, with the former two of those competitors notably having a heated exchange on Saturday.

These two rivals traded barbs and birdies up and down Sawgrass, as Garcia accused Woods of pulling a club to incite a reaction from the crowd on the second hole on Saturday.

While there were no outward signs of hostility on Sunday morning, the two leaders began battling from their second shot on 15 at 7:10 a.m. Garcia seemed rattled at first, bogeying the hole and getting off to a poor start.

However, the Spaniard quickly rebounded, birdying 16 and 17 to pull back even with Tiger, who also sunk a birdie putt on 16.

The two will not be paired in Round 4, as Garcia is matching up with Lingmerth and Woods with Casey Wittenberg.

Even if there aren’t any more hostile exchanges in the final round at the TPC Sawgrass, there should still be a wild finish in store.

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Outside of the top-3, Wittenberg, Henrik Stenson and Ryan Palmer are all one stroke off the lead and poised to challenge for the “fifth major.”

Other contenders include Jeff Maggert at nine under, David Lynn and Hunter Mahan at eight under, and Greg Chalmers, Marc Leishman and Lee Westwood at seven under. Defending champion Matt Kuchar is sitting at four under, Rory McIlroy is at five under and fan favorite Phil Mickelson missed the cut.

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