Tour Championship Leaderboard: Third Round Underway With Adam Scott Moving Up The Board

The third round of the Tour Championship is underway at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta, Ga., and the first pairings are again headed in the wrong direction. About half of the field is out on the course, and Adam Scott is the only player who is currently under par for the round. Scott is through four holes, and his 1-under round has him at even par for the tournament.

Tiger Woods began the third round at 1-under for the tournament, and his drive on the first hole did not find the fairway. He'd manage to save par for the hole to remain at 1-under through one.

Phil Mickelson is at 2-over through the first two holes, bringing his score to 2-over for the tournament. He and Jason Dufner (also at 2-over) have fallen the furthest to start the third round.

Hunter Mahan and Louis Oosthuizen have been the big movers heading up the board, as their even-par starts to the round have seen them climb three places into a tie for 19th.

For a complete list of standings, be sure to check out the PGA's official website and for more on the PGA Tour, make sure to check out SB Nation's dedicated golf hub.

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