Three rounds are now gone at the World Challenge as the top two separated themselves from the pack on Saturday.
Graeme McDowell leads the 2012 World Challenge after shooting a 4-under 68 on Saturday to move his overall score to 13-under. Keegan Bradley made a big jump up the leaderboard, going 5-under to grab second place and pull within two strokes of McDowell.
Tiger Woods recovered from a slow start to shoot three birdies in the final five holes. That put him at 3-under for the day and 8-under for the weekend, good enough for a third-place tie. Bo Van Pelt is even with Woods after going 2-under in the third round.
Bubba Watson tied Bradley for the day's best round. That was good enough to move Watson into a tie for eighth place after starting the day 16th. Steve Stricker is tied with him at 4-under after moving up five spots on Saturday.
The event features just 18 golfers, but offers a $4 million purse.
For all the scores, be sure to check out Golf.com's World Challenge leaderboard.