After three rounds at the 2013 Honda Classic in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, Luke Guthrie maintained his spot at the top of the tournament leaderboard, although he is no longer alone as Michael Thompson managed to grab a share of the lead with a birdie on the 18th hole.
The biggest movers of the day were Y.E. Yang of South Korea and Peter Hanson of Sweden who both jumped from outside the top 30 to move in to a tie for seventh with scores of 67 and 68, respectively. That was the opposite direction of Sean O'Hair who entered the day in fifth, but dropped to 19th with a four-over par performance.
Entering the day in 65th, Tiger Woods climbed 33 spots to finish the day in a tie for 32nd, although he did so while still staying in neutral. Woods finished each of the first two rounds with par performances before starting the third round with three birdies in the front nine; however, he fell back to another par performance with a bogey and double-bogey on the back nine.
With one day left in the tournament, Guthrie and Thompson will tee-off with equal eight-under par scores, while Lee Westwood and Geoff Ogilvy are in a tie for third just behind them at six-under par.
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