PGA Tour veteran plugger John Rollins grabbed a share of the lead with a birdie at the par-5 14th hole. With only four holes remaining, Rollins might have the best shot to be the only player to shoot in the 60s today. He's tied at -2 with heath Slocum, who is through eight holes and in the middle of the toughest stretch on the course.

Brendon De Jonge dropped out of the lead with his second straight bogey coming on the 11th hole to go to -1. Former PGA champ Shaun Micheel made a short birdie putt at No. 14 to reach -1. As for Tiger Woods, he just missed his first green of the day at the 11th, leaving a wedge in the thick collar on the right front of the green area. But Woods got up and down for his par to stay +1. However, Woods followed up by missing his second straight green when hed air-mailed his tee shot at the par-3 12th into a back bunker.

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