Tiger Woods began the 2010 Barclays with a remarkable 65 score in Round 1. He stumbled a bit in Round 2, but still found himself only four strokes behind the lead entering Round 3, preserving a realistic chance of charging toward the top of the leaderboard.
Unfortunately for Woods, he immediately ran into trouble with a triple bogey on the first hole on Saturday. He managed par on the following six holes, but now stands in a tie for 46th place, eight strokes behind the lead.
Meanwhile, Justin Rose has vaulted up the leaderboard in Round 3. His six birdies -- and no bogeys -- have moved him all the way up into a tie for second at 7-under.
Vaughn Taylor, who began the day in a tie for second, hit the course minutes ago. He has made birdie on the two holes he's played thus far.
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