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Memorial Tournament--Third Round

Another windy day for the third round of the Memorial Tournament and again we have a new leader. Images courtesy: Dave Maetzold

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    The Muirfield Village clubhouse as seen from across the lake.
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    Charlie Wi out of the bunker at 9.
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    Kevin Chappell hits a ball that's as white as they guy's legs behind him.
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    She heard boots were all the rage at Muirfield Village.
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    To be fair...
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    Hunter Mahan got a little wayward with his drive on the 9th hole.
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    Looks like it's going to take a ruling.
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    A concerned crowd looks on.
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    Mahan escapes the situation and makes a bogey 5 on the hole.
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    Shades, the must-have accessory at The Memorial
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    Matt Kuchar's drive on 9 was right down the middle.
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    Bubba Watson flashes the pink driver on the 9th tee.
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    She likes Rickie Fowler. He likes Duke
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    Kyle Stanley zoned in on the 8th green.
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    David Feherty of CBS Sports.
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    Stanley off the 9th tee.
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    Charl Schwartzel does appear to be happy with his drive on 9.
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    Second round leader Bill Haas makes contact on 9.
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    Haas likes the result.
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    Schwartzel with his approach to the 9th green.
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    The boots again! Function over fashion or the other way around.
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    Tiger Woods had a long day. 44 on his front nine--worst nine of his career. Ball below his feet on the 9th--his final hole of the day.
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    Tiger and his caddie Joe LaCava playing the "It's-not-you-it's-me" game. Tiger on his way to a 79. His highest round ever at The Memorial Tournament.
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    Fluff Cowen, Tiger's former caddie, never saw Tiger play as poorly at Muirfield as he did Saturday.
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    What do you suppose is going through his mind.
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    As bad as Tiger's day was, he did not have the highest score in his group. Zach Johnson had an 81! Good day for the members...but....
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    Jim Furyk was the best member of the threesome--he shot 69 Saturday.
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    Tiger getting his gallop on and he prepares to leave this round in the dust.
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    And, this is the last view we got as Tiger blew past the assembled media.
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    The patrons color the landscape at Muirfield Village.
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    Lisa Marie Miller, fantastic photo journalist for the Columbus Dispatch. She logs a lot of miles in search of the perfect picture.
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    It's all about the numbers.
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    And hydratiing.
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    Charlie Wi gets the book on the 17th.
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    Kevin Chappell between clubs in the 17th fairway.
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    He decides on this one and sticks it within 10 feet.
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    Chappell and his caddie crossing over into the "leaders" category
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    Yep, on the leader board but trying not to look.
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    Matt Jones also in contention heading to Sunday.
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    Jones is tied for 4th after a 2-under 70 on Saturday.
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    2 guys, 3 beers. That's about right.
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    Kucher comes out of a bunker on the 16th hole'
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    Best laid plans.
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    Bubba Watson's caddie Ted Scott frames the Matt Kuchar putt on 16.
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    Kuchar saves par to remain at 8 under par.
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    Kyle Stanley and his caddie line things up at 16.
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    No one ever said you had to dress like a golfer to come to The Memorial Tournament.
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    See if you can find the shoes that might be least comfortable at a golf tournament.
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    Now, this is proper golf fashion and footwear.
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    Watson and Scott look at options n 18.
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    Bubba goes with an iron off 18.
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    Kuchar chose driver and goes right down the middle.
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    The Suites offer a great new perch to watch the action on 18.
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    Wind was the biggest star of the day. Only 6 players with scores in the 60's
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    Matt Kuchar dofs his cap as he arrives at the 18th green.
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    Robert Karlsson needed three shots to gain the green from the base of the hill on the 18th hole. He shot 76 and is tied for 21st.
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    Kuchar shot 70 for the day to finish 8 under for the tournament. He leads Kyle Stanley and Kevin Chappell by 2 shots.
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    Bubba Watson can make the short ones too. Watson is tied for 11th, 5 shots off the pace.
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    Charl Schwartzel lead the tournament after one round, but a 76 Saturday leaves him 4 strokes off the pace.
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    Kyle Stanley and second round leader Bill Haas seperated by just a stroke heading to the final round.
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    Time to grab a refreshment and look forward to Sunday.