Scottish Open 2013 leaderboard and scores: Henrik Stenson leads after 3 rounds

Andrew Redington

Three rounds are done at the Scottish Open and Henrik Stenson holds a slim two-stroke lead over Phil Mickelson and others going into Sunday.

The 2013 Scottish Open concluded its third round on Saturday. Henrik Stenson holds the lead at 16-under after shooting a 6-under 66 in the third round. The Swede carded four birdies over the final nine holes to jump up into first place after starting the day in sixth.

Phil Mickelson is just two strokes behind Stenson, tied with three others at 14-under. He also shot a 66 on Saturday. Meanwhile, Chris Doak tumbled down the leaderboard after a rough round. Entering the day in first place, Doak carded five bogeys in the round and finished with a forgettable 1-over 73. He currently sits in a tie for 12th place.

Gareth Maybin had the best score of the round, shooting an 8-under 64 to jump up to a tie for sixth place. Eight birdies and an eagle offset two bogeys for a sparkling scorecard.

Here is a look at the top 10 heading into Sunday's final round. The complete standings can be found at the European Tour website here.

Place Golfer Score
1 Henrik Stenson -16
T2 Phil Mickelson -14
T2 John Parry -14
T2 Branden Grace -14
T2 JB Hansen -14
T6 Gareth Maybin -13
T6 Raphael Jacquelin -13
T6 Peter Uihlein -13
T9 Simon Khan -12
T9 Lorenzo Gagli -12
T9 Matthew Southgate -12

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