Leading: Rory McIlroy maintained his lead with a 70 and was at 12-under 204 heading to the final round.
Pursuing: Angel Cabrera, Charl Schwarzel, K.J. Choi and Jason Day were four shots behind at 208. Adam Scott and Luke Donald were another shot back.
Tiger watch: Four-time Masters champion Tiger Woods tumbled down the leaderboard with a 74, missing a 2-foot putt and several other short ones. He trails McIlroy by seven shots, needing a huge comeback to end the longest winless streak of his career.
Defending champ: Phil Mickelson muddled through another round in the 70s, failing to build off two early birdies. He’s nine shots behind McIlroy.
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Shot of the day: McIlroy sank a 33-foot birdie putt on the 17th hole to give himself a comfortable lead heading to Sunday.
Key stat: Woods made just one birdie on the four par-5 holes. Friday he birdied all four.
Noteworthy: The last five groups of the third round were a total of 11 strokes over par, as most of the upward movement on Moving Day came from players further back. Among those struggling: Rickie Fowler shot 76, while Ricky Barnes and Alvaro Quiros struggled to 75s.
Quoteworthy: “Rory is going to be a little nervous tomorrow, but the way he’s hitting it, he’s going to be very, very tough to catch,” -- Day, who played with McIlroy the first three rounds.
Tee times: 2:40 p.m., Rory McIlroy, Angel Cabrera; 2:30 p.m., K.J. Choi, Charl Schwartzel; 2:20 p.m., Jason Day, Adam Scott; 1:40 p.m., Tiger Woods, Martin Laird.
Television: 2-7 p.m., CBS.