The TOUR Championship 2012: Tiger Woods Returns To Top 10, Jim Furyk Holds Lead

Trying to rebound from a rough second round on Friday, Tiger Woods is 1-under through 12 holes in the third round of the 2012 TOUR Championship on Saturday. He's improved his overall score to 2-under, but he's still trailing leader Jim Furyk by five strokes at the East Lake Country Club in Atlanta, Ga.

At the moment, Furyk has held steady at 7-under overall through a few holes on Saturday, keeping his one-stroke lead. Justin Rose is currently tied for second place at 6-under with Bubba Watson, who birdied the third hole on Saturday to move up the leaderboard.

Ryan Moore has made a major run at East Lake, shooting 4-under in the first nine holes of the third round to move up to fourth on the leaderboard at 5-under. The tournament's initial favorite, Rory McIlroy, has dropped to 2-under overall after bogeying a pair of holes on the front nine Saturday.

For live-updated scoring, check out Golf.com's TOUR Championship leaderboard.

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