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2012 Deutsche Bank Championship: Tiger Woods At -13 After Three Rounds

The third round of the 2012 Deutsche Bank Championship is now complete and we should be in for a great final day of action on Monday. The current tournament leader, Louis Oosthuizen, shot a -8 on Sunday to propel him to the top of the leaderboard at -19 overall.

Oosthuizen surpassed Rory McIlroy, the tournament's leader entering the day. McIlroy now sits at -16 overall after shooting four-under in the third round.

Tiger Woods continued to play well this afternoon and is in a third-place tie with Dustin Johnson. Woods and Johnson sit six strokes back of Oosthuizen at -13 overall, which means both players should have a chance to win the title on Monday.

Bryce Molder and Ryan Moore are currently tied for fifth place at 11-under. Charley Hoffman and Jason Dufner are at -10 and tied for seventh place, while Phil Mickelson is one of many tied at -9 through 54 holes.

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