The 2012 Players Championship has reached its fourth and final round on Sunday, and there are numerous golfers still in contention for the purse of $9.5 million dollars. After strong days from Kevin Na and Matt Kuchar in the third round, the two sit atop the leaderboard as they are just getting their days started. Na leads the field at -13 through four holes, while Kuchar sits at -11 after five.
Rickie Fowler was the big story on Saturday as the youngster rallied to shoot a 66 in the third round. He sits four strokes back of Na at the moment after six holes.
Phil Mickelson was unable to make one final charge on Sunday and is currently even for the round, sitting at -4 for the tournament. Tiger Woods had a forgettable day while shooting +1 on his final 18 holes, finishing the tournament at one-under par.
They are out of contention to win with their days over, but both David Toms and David Estes earned themselves some extra money as they shot -7 in the final round, moving them to seven-under for the tournament.
The fourth round is currently being aired live on NBC.
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