Tiger Woods entered the day with a ton of momentum, and it looked like he might take the lead at the 2012 Memorial Tournament, but Saturday wrapped up with him falling into fourth place. He finished plus-one on the day and is four under for the tournament. He made four bogeys on the day, all on the back nine, and two on his final two holes.
On Sunday, he'll be paired with Rickie Fowler, who took third with 5-under and a 3-under 69. Fowler had a somewhat weak back nine and most of the buzz is around the top two looking forward to Sunday. Spencer Levin holds the lead at 8-under for the tournament after a 3-under 69 in his third round.
Levin dropped two shots in his last seven holes, cooling off his 10-under mark earlier in the round and now hs Rory Sabbatini hot on his heels. He played solidly all throughout the day and made two birdies over his last 12 holes, and didn't drop any shots over said 12 holes. He finished his third round with a 2-under 70 and moves to 7-under for the tournament, barely trailing Levin.
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