The 2010 AT&T National concludes on Sunday with Round 4. Throughout the tournament, Justin Rose has been playing nearly mistake-free golf, having suffered only two bogeys in the first two rounds combined. Entering Sunday, he sits atop the leaderboard at 10-under overall and holds a four-stroke lead.
Some, though, may focus on Rose's recent propensity to surrender leads late in tournaments. Last weekend, he played tournament-leading golf until collapsing in the final nine holes. Regardless, Rose has a number of tournament wins to his name, including a PGA Tour win, and a four-stroke lead will be very difficult for the likes of Carl Pettersson and Charlie Wi.
An obligatory Tiger Woods update, of course: after barely surviving the cut, Tiger shot even in Round 3. He sits far back in the pack with virtually zero chance of contending for a win.
Here is how the top of the leaderboard looks entering Round 4. Tee times, in bold, are Eastern time.
1. Justin Rose (-10) - 2:10
T2. Carl Pettersson (-6) - 2:00
T2. Charlie Wi (-6) - 2:00
4. Jeff Overton (-5) - 1:50
T5. Ryan Moore (-4) - 1:50
T5. Jason Day (-4) - 1:40
T7. Nick Watney (-3) - 1:30
T7. Bo Van Pelt (-2) - 1:30
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