O'Hair On Top After Round 3 at THE PLAYERS

After the first two rounds at THE PLAYERS Championship were brutal, round three offered players lower scoring, and many made a move toward the top. Among these charging players is the 2005 John Deere Classic champion, Sean O'Hair.

O'Hair fired a Saturday 66 to take the lead by a stroke over Phil Mickelson, who coasted to a 69. Jeff Quinney, who is taking the PGA Tour by storm this season, shot the low round 64 in order to move into a tie for third place with Peter Lonard, who shot 68.

Five players are four strokes back at five under par. Luke Donald followed up his 72-74 start to THE PLAYERS with a solid round of 65 to move into contention for Sunday. Also in this group are Aaron Baddeley, Jose Conceres, Chris DiMarco, and Carl Pettersson.

Tiger Woods matched his best round of the week, 73, to stay in the back at 65th place. His Saturday playing partner, Henrik Stenson, however, charged from the back of the pack to 16th place by shooting a 66 on Saturday.

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