Despite leading the field for almost the entirety of the day, Henrik Stenson has fallen to 1-under after a rough go at the 18th hole. Stenson, who was 6-under for most of the second nine, was at 5-under entering the day's final hole. But after spending 8 strokes on the par-4 hole, Stenson plummeted to 1-under. Stenson now sits tied with Tiger Woods, who has fallen back to 1-under after a bogey on the 17th hole.
Meanwhile, Northwestern graduate Luke Donald continues to fight back. After shooting four bogeys in the first nine, Donald has managed to pull his tally down to 3-over. He shot par for three straight holes and then managed a birdie on the 17th.
Illinois native Steve Stricker has fought back into relevancy. After slipping to 2-over through the first nine, Stricker has fought back to reach 1-under through 18. Currently, Lee Westwood has taken the lead with a 4-under showing.
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