• Adam Scott moved to within one of the lead before the threat of lightning saw him head back to the clubhouse.
  • Rory McIlroy surged to the top of the leaderboard on day three with five birdies in his first eight holes.
  • Just before the hooter went, Vijay Singh birdied the seventh to tie Rory who dropped a shot at nine.
  • Joint overnight leader Tiger Woods looked out of sorts and fell five off the pace after three bogeys in his first seven holes.
  • Steve Stricker was one of the big movers on Saturday after making five birdies in his first 11 holes. A 67 saw him post two-under.
  • Justin Rose made a big move on Saturday after five birdies and no bogeys in his opening 10 holes but dropped shots late on.
  • Jason Dufner took advantage of the good morning conditions to post a 68 and move up to +2.
  • Dufner's playing partner Dustin Johnson was also quickly out of the blocks but had to settle for a 72 to stay at +6.
  • Darren Clarke had a solid day, firing a level par 72.
  • Clarke's playing partner, Thomas Bjorn, birdied the first four holes but wiped those gains out with a rash of bogeys.
  • World number one Luke Donald came home in 40 to finish at +8. His quest for a first major will have to wait another year.
  • Bubba Watson plans his next shot at the par five 2nd. He shot a 70 to finish at +2.
  • Paul Lawrie putts for par on the seventh green.
  • Dane Thorbjorn Olesen plays from one of the course's huge patches of sand which aren't deemed to be bunkers.

USPGA - Day 3

Adam Scott moved to within one of the lead before the threat of lightning saw him head back to the clubhouse.