This weekend at the 2012 Memorial Tournament looked like it might belong to Tiger Woods entering Saturday's third round. Instead, it seems more likely that Spencer Levin and Rory Sabbatini will be delivering the drama on Sunday, poised to duel for the lead.
Levin holds the lead, sitting at 8-under for the tournament after a 3-under 69 in his third round. Levin ran his lead to three strokes and his score to 10-under early in his round, but cooled considerably from his piping-hot peak, dropping two shots in his last seven holes.
Sabbatini stayed close, on the other hand, with solid play: he made just two birdies in his last 12 holes, but didn't drop any shots in those, either, finishing his third round with a 2-under 70 and moving to 7-under for the Memorial.
Woods, looking to tie Jack Nicklaus' mark for PGA Tour victories, couldn't hold momentum on Saturday. He made four bogeys on his day — all on the back nine, and two on his final two holes — en route to posting a 1-over 73 that dropped him to 4-under for the tournament.
He'll be paired with Rickie Fowler, who moved up to third and 5-under with a 3-under 69, on Sunday, and could make noise by blazing a path in front of Levin and Sabbatini, though his back nine on Saturday was not particularly inspiring.
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