Wells Fargo Championship 2012: Jonas Blixt, Geoff Ogilvy Making Early Moves

The final group has been set for the 2012 Wells Fargo Championship in Charlotte. Tiger Woods was unable to make the cut heading into Saturday's third round, continuing his string of disappointing showings. There is still plenty of top-notch play remaining in the tournament and the early tee times for Saturday are already underway.

Nick Watney enters the day atop the leaderboard at 12-under, with Webb Simpson close behind at 11-under and a quartet of golfers knotted in third place at 10-under. None of these leaders has teed off for the day just yet.

In the early going on Saturday, Jonas Blixt and Geoff Ogilvy have made enormous strides, both jumping 24 places on the leaderboard. Blixt is 4-under through 11 holes and Ogilvy is 4-under through nine, putting both golfers in a 10th-place tie at 7-under, along with Patrick Reed (3-under through seven), Martin Flores and Rickie Fowler.

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