A few players in Saturday's early groups were able to post some low numbers, but the leaders have been unable to find the same success. Instead, it's been Angel Cabrera making the biggest move, as he's taken over the lead at 7-under.
Cabrera is 3-under through 10 holes on Saturday, moving into sole possession of first place. Jason Day has been steady on Saturday, making nine pars in nine holes. Day is tied for second place at 6-under with Marc Leishman, who is 1-under on the day.
Following the top three, five players are tied for fourth place at 4-under. Matt Kuchar and Steve Stricker have been among the biggest movers of the day, as both are 3-under on Saturday to move to 4-under overall.
Despite a double-bogey on No. 7, Fred Couples remains in contention at 3-under. Jim Furyk, Adam Scott and Tim Clark are among the players three strokes back at 3-under overall. Tiger Woods has been up-and-down on Saturday, but remains at 1-under overall. Rory McIlroy began the day 2-under, but he has slipped into a tie for 30th place at 2-over overall. McIlroy triple-bogeyed the 11th hole.
Here is a snapshot of where the leaders and a few notable players stand.