Phil Mickelson World Ranking: No. 5 | Scores: 76-73 -- MC
You know how you said it was "weird" without Tiger? Without Mickelson and Woods on Saturday I thought it was going to be really weird. But you know what? It was actually pretty good. I gave you a chance Friday with a make-up quiz. How did you do? Click here.
Sergio Garcia World Ranking: No. 6 | Scores: 74-75 -- MC
Garcia looked great on the course Saturday. He was probably in shorts and flip flops, but still. The bad news for Garcia is that he's stuck in the area for a while because he scheduled to do an outing on Monday at a nearby course. You better not bail either! That'd be another grade like yesterday: Click here.
Bubba Watson World Ranking: No. 12 | Scores: 69-68-74
Winning is hard. And for Bubba, going two days with only three bogeys, well, you knew the golf gods were going to drop the pressure card squarely on his head. Day 1, he had 32 putts but hit 16 greens and the two he missed were a combined 3 feet. Saturday he hit 12 greens yet had 32 putts and at times looked as if he had never putted before in his life. As bad as his day could have been, he still goes into the final round tied for the lead with a chance to win two green jackets in three years.
Jordan Spieth World Ranking: No. 13 | Scores: 71-70-70