PGA Championship Round 3 grades

A bogey at the par-4 16th hole was the only blemish in Garcia's 66 on Saturday that included six birdies. At 5-under for the championship, he is a long shot to win his first major this week, but another 66 can't hurt his chances.

Henrik Stenson    World Ranking: No. 4 | Scores: 66-71-67

Stenson is 9-under for the championship after a 4-under 67 on Saturday. He closed his third round with two birdies. Last year when he finished third in the PGA at Oak Hill, he had a 70 in the final round. It will take a much lower number than that on Sunday if he wants to take his first major title.

Justin Rose    World Ranking: No. 5 | Scores: 70-72-67

The 2013 U.S. Open champion got off to a hot start on Saturday with four birdies in his first nine holes. But he cooled off with two late bogeys for a 4-under 67.

Bubba Watson    World Ranking: No. 7 | Scores: 70-72-73

Distracted by the pre-tournament long drive contest and rainwater on his driver clubface on Friday, Watson probably started his third round with his mind on next year's Masters champion's dinner menu. The longest driver on the PGA Tour with a 314.8 average, the two-time Masters champion didn't have a birdie at one of the three par-5s on Saturday in his 2-over 73.

Jim Furyk    World Ranking: No. 8 | Scores: 66-68-72

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