If Tiger Woods is going to tie Jack Nicklaus' record of 73 PGA Tour victories this weekend at the 2012 Memorial Tournament, he's going to need to get things in gear. Spencer Levin already has in Saturday's third round, and he's putting distance between himself and the rest of the leaderboard, including Woods.
Levin is 5-under for Saturday's third round through 11 holes, and has moved to 10-under for the tournament, three shots clear of Rory Sabbatini, who entered Saturday with the lead and is currently 7-under, and five ahead of Woods. Levin's earned those red numbers by dotting his Saturday scorecard with others, making an eagle and four birdies to just one bogey.
Woods, on the other hand, hasn't been able to make a move. His two birdies on the front nine got him to 7-under and a shot back of the red-hot Levin at one juncture, but he's fallen back with two bogeys since making the turn.
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