Instead, the top of the leaderboard is filled with good players who may not ring a bell with the casual fan. Here’s a look at the real-time leaderboard.
Stenson has finished second at the Open Championship as well as the Bridgestone Invitational last week. He sits two shots back and is looking to get over the hump in capturing his first major.
Here’s a look at the biggest names and sleepers who still have a chance to win.
After a tough season, McIlroy came through with a three-under 67 on Saturday to move to three-under for the tournament. This excellent chip-in on the 18th hole closed out a strong day and established momentum heading into Sunday.
Furyk is 43 years old, so fatigue could play a role on Sunday. Dufner was exceptional on Friday, but he showed some decline on Saturday.
If the leaders buckle, Scott has a good shot to win his second major of the year.
He’s gotten better every round, and if he can get to five or six-under for the tournament, he’ll make it interesting.
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