Spieth, Fathauer share lead; Tiger sits out again

I felt the need to turn around and tell them that wasn't right. But people take it way too seriously, and I've been turned off by the whole idea for years now. "And then striking the ball really well and it is my third, third and ninth place finishes were off of I think very average putting on strokes gained, so definitely made up for it today and hope to continue to tomorrow".

Jordan Spieth shot 65 Saturday and looks like a near-lock to win this thing at 17 under, building his lead to 6 shots over Brandt Snedeker.

Seventy-four players in a field of 156 had completed their rounds and organisers hope to get the tournament back on track on Friday, though weather forecasts predict a 50 percent of rain at Pebble Beach on Friday morning.

He now finds himself on the fringe of the top 10 with play still in progress, meaning he's well on his way to a cut made this week as he readies for his next challenge, Pebble Beach Golf Links.

"It was kind of a tough one for me out there", Day said. "I enjoy signing and sign for kids whenever we get the chance".

They tee off Thursday at 10:39 a.m. CT on MPCC Shore, one of three courses used for the event, which features 156 professionals and 156 amateurs. "It's just not getting hot enough, it's still too early", he said. And Sneds has won here I think twice and I think we're playing with him. To be honest, I just kept on making silly errors and mistakes out there.

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