Brandt Snedeker is following up his fabulous 64 with a steady 1-under after his first five holes. He stands at 9-under for the tournament. A bogey from Justin Rose puts him two strokes back and 7-under so far Sunday.
Tiger Woods is having a very forgettable round Sunday; he is four-over through seven holes and nine strokes off the lead. However, fellow American Hunter Mahan is surging up the leaderboard, going 3-under through his first twelve holes.
Jim Furyk, the 2010 winner, is paired with Ryan Moore in the second-to-last group. Both are even through six holes.
Luke Donald and Webb Simpson have put themselves in contention as they are two of seven players under par in their final round.
The final groupings will hit the back nine relatively soon, and tensions will rise on the course with $10 million on the line.
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