But it was Woods that brought out the biggest roars at Muirfield Village Golf Club as he moved within six strokes of the lead.
Sun-splashed skies, plenty of birds and eagles, and a roaring Tiger.
After a four under round of 68 Woods is only five shots behind the leaders heading into the final round at Jack's place. The threat of storms Sunday is 100 percent, according to Weather.com, forcing PGA Tour officials to call an audible. It was the first time he has had a share of the lead after any round in his 40th start on the PGA Tour.
Rose is 10 under, Woods is 9 under, McIlroy and Scott are 8 under, and Thomas, Fowler, and Stenson are 7 under.
"I've been driving the ball well, which I think is the key to this golf course." the American said. "I was three or four behind Rickie". This is the third time this year Woods has gone into the final round within five shots of the lead. "So it's going to take something low to finish it out".
Patrick Cantlay is one stroke back from DeChambeau thanks to a six under round of 66.
The course is so soft and vulnerable, it seems as though that's what it might take.
He missed birdie chances of 6 feet, 4 feet and 7 feet, and then missed from 3 feet for par on the 17th that left him exasperated. He attributed his success to his improved putting DeChambeau said, "By far I'm putting as good as I have in my life". He said, "I've played great, obviously, I'm ecstatic about where I am".
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Tiger Woods was headed for another bad memory at the Memorial. It's very open, wind blows a little bit more. And [Saturday], it was just an opportunity to go out and test it and see how it held up. There are things I don't know yet.
The in-form Jason Day is in contention once more, the Australian posting a second straight 68. If he gained 0 strokes in putting and driving at the Memorial, he would have won.
"I know I shot a 68 today but again that was probably the highest score I could have shot today", said Woods. "But I hit it really good this week, so that's a positive going into Shinnecock, where ballstriking is going to be a must". But I'm a different player over the last year, so I just went out with a game plan of fairways, greens and it's been working kind of all year.
Woods played the last five holes of the front nine in 5 under, starting with his second eagle of the week. He didn't make another birdie until the par-5 15th, when his sharp-breaking 15-footer dropped to give him a tie for the lead. When he signed his scorecard 30 minutes later, he was a couple shots back after three-putt pars on the par-3 16th and No. 18.
Woods was never a serious factor, especially after missing a 3-foot par putt on the 10th hole and hitting another tee shot into someone's backyard on the 13th hole.
"I feel good about my game this year; I've had two wins", Day said. "I am definitely not taking advantage of how well I'm hitting it".
Stanley's performance was also up and down.
"I just didn't putt well and didn't feel the putter head flowing or did I feel it releasing, so I just didn't have the feel for it". Haney made it clear they should be careful what they wish for.