With a 2-under through the first ten holes, Jim Furyk has extended his lead to four shots over Louis Oosthuizen. Furyk now sits at 13-under for the tournament.
While Furyk has extended his lead over Oosthuizen, the rest of the field is catching up. Keegan Bradley is 3-under through 10 holes and now sits three strokes back of first place.
Tiger Woods is tied for the best round of the day, 4-under, but he still sits nine strokes back of Furyk in first. He has finished 16 holes in his final round on Sunday.
A win for Furyk would be his first of 2012. He has four top-10 finishes this season, including a fourth place finish at the U.S. Open.