Phil Mickelson shot a round-best 64 on Saturday to shoot to the top of the leaderboard at the BMW Championship in Carmel, Indiana. The lefty's eight-under round was two strokes better than anyone else on the day, bringing his tournament total to 16-under par. That mark ties him with Vijay Singh, who shot three under par on the afternoon.
Ryan Moore, the UNLV golfer who was raised in Tacoma, Was., fell out of the top ten with a one-over-par round. He currently sits at 11-under and is tied for 12th place.
Lee Westwood's four-under effort now has him tied for third place with Rory McIlroy, who won the Deutsche Bank Championship last week. Both are at 15-under par and one shot behind the leaders. Tiger Woods, meanwhile, shot four bogeys in his first eight holes before recovering his round and finishing one-under par on the day. His tournament score of 13-under has him alone in eighth place.