There were no rounds of 59 on moving day, but the third round of the BMW Championship was still quite dramatic.
Jim Furyk followed up on his sensational second round with a 69. That puts him at 13 under par for the tournament, and he has a one-stroke lead over Steve Stricker, who was at his best in the third round. Stricker shot a 64, and the round included an eagle on the par-four 15th hole.
Brandt Snedeker, who was tied with Furyk for the lead at the start of the round, shot an even-par 71 and is two strokes behind.
It should be a compelling final day, because Zach Johnson (-10) and Tiger Woods (-9) are right behind the leaders.