A look at the tee times for Sunday's third round at the Deutsche Bank Championship, the second of four FedEx Cup playoff events.
Notebook: Padraig Harrington knew what he needed on the 18th hole and went out and got it, likely securing his spot at the BMW Championship.
Sean O'Hair needed eagle to make the weekend. He got it. Ben Crane needed a simple par. He didn't get it. Such is life in the race for the FedEx Cup.
Charl Schwartzel has had to fight through numerous injuries to get to the Deutsche Bank Championship, and his 68-65 start gives him confidence he is headed in the right direction.
Tiger Woods had plenty of looks on Saturday, but he needed 30 putts to post a 3-under 68 and stay two shots off the Deutsche Bank lead.
Richie Ramsay of Scotland thrived in the cold and wet Swiss Alps on Saturday, shooting a 7-under 64 for a one-stroke lead after three rounds of the European Masters.
Local favorite Keegan Bradley couldn't believe he struggled to a 2-over finish, while Rory McIlroy glided around the course to the tune of 12 under.
It wasn't as pretty or as loud as his 7-under 64 on Friday, but Tiger Woods' 3-under 68 on Saturday has him two shots back of Rory McIlroy heading into the final two rounds.
Brad Dalke committed to Oklahoma at age 12. Now 15, he hasn't wavered on that choice, and neither has his game.
Corey Conners will lead an experienced Golden Flashes squad that made the NCAA quarterfinals a season ago.
Chirapat Jao-Javanil will return to try and defend her NCAA individual title as the Sooners look to control the Big 12.