Toru Taniguchi shoots 18-over 88 on a Pinehurst No. 2 that's fighting back

So, uh, Pinehurst is playing a little more difficult on Saturday than it did in the first two rounds. Let's check in with Toru Taniguchi.

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Ouch -- five double bogeys and an 18-over mark. That would be one way for Martin Kaymer to come back to the field. He's not going to implode like that, but he's certainly not going to be carding a third straight round of 65 with these pin placements, the wind up, and the course firming out. Only one player on the course is in the red, and the movers on "moving day" will be those who can shoot even-par.

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