"I'm not really looking at it as like the glass is half empty, the hourglass has almost run out of sand," said Furyk, who had a runner-up finish at The Players Championship earlier this season.
"I'm really enjoying being in contention, enjoying playing right now. This year has been kind of a new lease on life. I'm healthy again. It's nice to have another opportunity tomorrow."
-- Rickie Fowler, the No. 10-ranked golfer in the world who snapped his streak of 21 consecutive cuts made this week, stayed in Fort Worth and was working on his game at the driving range during Saturday's third round.
-- The tournament will observe a moment of silence on Sunday to honor members of our military who have given their lives in service. The storm siren will sound at 4 p.m. as players, fans and all in attendance observe a 45 second moment of silence over this Memorial Day weekend.
-- No. 9 ranked as the hardest hole on Saturday for the second straight day, as players averaged a score of 4.274 on the 407-yard par-4. No. 3, the par-4 dogleg left to start the "Horrible Horseshoe," was the hardest during the opening round Thursday. No. 1, a 565-yard par-5, has been the easiest hole all three days.
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